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Museo Jumex

The largest private collection of contemporary art in Mexico and Latin America

What began as a personal exhibition in part of a family owned factory compound, juice heir Eugenio López’s private collection of artworks now inhabits its own David Chipperfield-designed architectural gem in Polanco. Beneath a distinctive ‘shark-teeth’ roof, a pristine white concrete space abundant with natural light and filled with López’s 2750 world-class pieces of contemporary art; the cornerstone of a new local arts district.


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