Photo: Museum of Popular Art


Mexico’s Museum of Poplar Art (MAP), located at Revillagigedo 11 in Mexico City’s downtown Centro Histórico, opened an exhibition of works be artist Mario Martín del Campo on Wednesday, Aug. 31.

A native of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Martín del Campo is known for his surreal interpretations of Mexican themes with a Renaissance rigor and a contemporary multimedia style.

The exhibit, titled “Zoología Trashumante” (“Transhumant Zoology”), included sketches, paintings, engravings, sculptures, jewelry and puppets.

The Zoología Trashumante exhibit will remain on display at the museum through Sunday, Nov. 13 of this year.

The museum is open to the public Tuesday through Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

There is a nominal entry fee for the museum, which is waved on Sundays.



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