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Located in Hemisfair park, this is an interesting museum. When we were there, all the rooms were filled with photos from people in different combat zones around the world. It's not a large museum so did not take long to go thru.
The name of this place is Instituto Cultural de Mexico San Antonio, Texas. It consists of several rooms containing one or more art displays/installations . There is a poem written about each display. The art installations are mostly critical comments on western culture. This is...More
We enjoyed the exhibit of the Monarch butterfly photography and some intriguing photographic art of "science plus fiction". Obviously the exhibits rotate so could change before we get there again. The building was beautiful and the staff very friendly.
Half the display area was closed so there wasn't a lot to see. Upstairs are a lot of reproductions. We had expected current art from Mexican artists. Most everything was 30 or 40 years old. Staff was friendly.
Instituto Cultural de Mexico was excellent! We had a little difficulty finding the museum, but once we did, we were thrilled. Admission is free. https://www.facebook.com/icminfo
Currently, there is an exhibit of Mexico in images. Black & white photography.
There was also an exhibit of nail...More