Museo Rufino Tamayo
Templo de San Felipe Neri
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Changing exhibitions by artists from Oaxaca and elsewhere – often provocative contemporary work.
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Museo Rufino Tamayo information
This top-class collection of pre-Hispanic art was donated to Oaxaca by its most famous artist, Rufino Tamayo (1899−1991). In a fine 17th-century building, the exhibits trace artistic developments in preconquest times and include some truly beautiful pieces.