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Contemporary Indigenous Art Museum

The Contemporary Indigenous Art Museum houses works from 12 Mexican ethnic groups: Rrámuri, Yoreme, Yaqui, Purépecha, Huichol, Mazahua, Otomí or ñañu, Nahua, Mixtec, Tzotzil, Zeltal and Zapotec. In addition to a space dedicated to the cultural community of Mata Ortíz and another to the towns of Morelos. You can see textiles, pottery, wood carvings and ceramics. Unique, contemporary, dynamic and futuristic author's pieces.

The collection belongs to the Pro-Niño Marginado AC foundation and consists of 284 works that were exhibited on an itinerant basis in Canada, the United States and different cities in Mexico. Today, the Autonomous University of the State of Morelos is the depository for its protection, preservation, research and exhibition.

The building that today occupies the museum dates from the 16th century. It has had various uses throughout 5 centuries of history. Its importance lies in the fact that it is the oldest civil building on Morelos Street, in the center of Cuernavaca. The rescue of the property reflects the spatial typology of the capital's houses of the seventeenth century.


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