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In the central space of the Museum, originally intended to be the studio of Diego Rivera, the painter’s sketches are exhibited for the mural Man at the Crossroads, made in New York in 1932 for the Rockefeller Center and destroyed by the tycoon’s orders .


The roofs of the Anahuacalli are embellished with mosaics in which Diego Rivera and Juan O’Gorman captured a symbolism that unites the ancient with the contemporary

Pre-Hispanic Art

The collection brought together by Diego Rivera accompanies you on a symbolic journey from the underworld to the sun, just as the artist proposed.