Exterior View, Museo Jumex

Museo Jumex

  • Colonia Granada, Mexico City
  • MEX

About the Museum


Interior View, Museo Jumex

Courtesy of Museo Jumex. Photo: Moritz Bernoully

Interior View, Museo Jumex

Interior View, Museo Jumex

Courtesy of Museo Jumex. Photo: Moritz Bernoully

Interior View, Museo Jumex

Interior View, Museo Jumex

Moritz Bernoully, Courtesy of Museo Jumex. Photo: Moritz Bernoully

Interior View, Museo Jumex

Opened in 2013, the Museo Jumex is an important player in Mexico City’s contemporary art scene, staging exhibitions of major artists such as Andy Warhol, Walid Raad and Fischli and Weiss alongside group shows of international and Latin American work. Praised by architect Charles Jenks as “an inventive essay in modernism”, the museum building is the first in Latin America by David Chipperfield. Amassed by entrepreneur Eugenio López Alonso, heir to the Jumex fruit juice fortune, the collection includes modern and contemporary pieces by major figures including Cy Twombly and Donald Judd and Latin American artists such as Abraham Cruzvillegas.

Collection Highlights


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Dan Flavin

Untitled (Monument for V. Tatlin)
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Francis Alÿs

When Faith Moves Mountains
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John Baldessari

Goya Series: One is Civilized and Knows What is What
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Andy Warhol

Five Deaths
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Gabriel Orozco

Oval Billiard Table
Museo Jumex: Collection Highlights
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Dan Flavin

Untitled (Monument for V. Tatlin), 1963
fluorescent lights and fixtures, 243.5 cm x 72 cm x 13 cm
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La Colección Jumex, Mexico

Francis Alÿs

When Faith Moves Mountains, 2002
multimedia installation , dimensions variable
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La Colección Jumex, Mexico

John Baldessari

Goya Series: One is Civilized and Knows What is What, 1997
inkjet on canvas with acrylic., 190.5 cm x 152.5 cm x 4 cm
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La Colección Jumex, Mexico

Andy Warhol

Five Deaths, 1963
synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen ink on canvas, 101.6 cm x 97.8 cm x 5.7 cm
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La Colección Jumex, Mexico

Gabriel Orozco

Oval Billiard Table, 1996
wood, slate, mixed media, 89 cm x 310 cm x 205 cm

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