art in mexico city

“Intimate”, by Abelardo Ojeda.

iPhonography Color Series 2017. (Also you can find my mobile photography at my new (secondary) Instagram account: Colorhuntermx)

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Tres bailarines de El Grupo de Walter Nicks, Ballet experimental de El Eco y La Serpiente por Mathias Goeritz en el patio, Museo Experimental El Eco, calle Sullivan 43, San Rafael, Cuauhtémoc, Ciudad de México 1953

Arq. Mathias Goeritz

Foto. Marianne Gast

Three dancers from the Walter Nicks Group,  Ballet experimental de El Eco y La Serpiente by Mathias Goeritz in the courtyard, Museo Experimental El Eco, calle Sullivan, San Rafael, Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City 1953

MATHIAS GOERITZ, Esfera, bronze sculpture, c.1950s. Featured at the Eduardo Prieto Lopez House (aka.Casa Pedregal) in Jardines del Pedregal, Mexico City. Designed by a long time collaborator to Goeritz, architect Luis Barragán in 1945-1953. / NY Times

Costado de las aulas clinicas del Hospital General (hoy Hospital de Especialidades ‘Dr. Bernardo Sepúlveda Gutíerrez’), Centro Médico del Distrito Federal, av. Cuauhtémoc 300, Doctores, Cuauhtémoc, Ciudad de México 1958

Mural “Medicina en la Historia de México” por José Chávez Morado

Arq. Enrique Yáñez

Side of the clincial classrooms, General Hospital (now Hospital of Specialties ‘Dr. Bernardo Sepúlveda Gutíerrez), Medical Center of the Federal District, av. Cuauhtemoc 300, Doctores, Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City 1958

Mural “History of Medicine in Mexico” by Jose Chávez Morado

Detalle de la fachada, Tercer ‘Museo Dinamico’ (o Casa Grobet), calle Heroes de Padierna 172 , San Jerónimo Lídice, Magdalena Contreras, Ciudad de México 1967

Arq. Manuel Larrosa

Foto. Lisa Grobet

Detail of the façade, Third ‘Museo Dynamico’ (also known as,Casa Grobet), calle Heroes de Padierna 172, San Jeronimo Lidice, Magdalena Contreras, Mexico City 1967