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“A museum without borders”
The National Museum of Mexican Art (Formerly known as the Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum) is a museum which features Mexican, Latino, and Chicano art and culture. The museum was founded in 1982 by Carlos Tortolero. Located in the neighborhood of Pilsen in Chicago, Illinois, the current building in Harrison Park opened on March 27, 1987. The museum is the only Latino museum accredited by the American Association of Museums. The mission of the museum is to display Mexican culture as one sin fronteras(without borders).
I'm almost always open minded and love exploring new cultures and experiences, but I was really amazed by how much I loved this museum! It's smaller and unassuming, located in the Mexican... Read more
Small but mighty! You need to take a guided tour to truly appreciate what you are looking at. The museum is always free according to the president and founder- "because everyone deserves to enjoy... Read more
Check out this lesser known museum about Mexican art and culture. It's in Pilsen, a neighborhood known for Mexican businesses and restaurants so it fits in around here. The National Museum Of... Read more
National Museum of Mexican Art
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