Museo Jumex, Mexico City

This jagged-roof museum, which opened in November in the swank Polanco district, houses an impressive permanent collection consisting mostly of works created after 1990 by Mexican artists and others. As assembled by Eugenio López Alonso, heir to the Grupo Jumex fruit juice company, it's said to be one of the most important in Latin America. Four inaugural exhibitions are on display throughout much of this year, including one pairing pieces from its permanent collection with a show of sculptures by the late American artist Fred Sandback, as well as sculptures by Mexican artist Damián Ortega commissioned for the museum courtyard. Info:
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