Museum of Latin American Art
If you know how to throw, then come and get your hands wet and dirty at this storefront ceramics studio for just $90 per month....
House of Hidden
A sleek and tough rock-and-roll surf bar in downtown LBC with antique long boards in the rafters, Christmas-light skulls on the...
Here are original canvasses on the wall, tablecloths and fresh flowers on the tables and an eclectic kitchen melding Caribbean, Cajun...
Lonely Planet review
This gem of a museum presents a rare survey of Latin American art created since 1945. Cecilia Míguez’ whimsical bronze statuettes, Eduardo Kingman’s wrenching portraits of indigenous people and Arnaldo Roche Rabel’s intensely spiritual abstracts are among the many outstanding pieces in the permanent collection, selections of which rotate every six months. There are a few works by Botero, Tamayo and Cuevas, but the focus is really on artists who are megastars in their home countries but haven’t yet hit the big time internationally. Some of the best pieces are in the sculpture garden.