MARCO reopening

New prices and online purchase



MARCO reopened its doors to the public on September 19, after six months of being closed due to the pandemic, following all the sanitary measures required by the health authorities and providing the highest security and strict control during their stay in this new normal.

In this new stage of reopening, visitors can only access the ground floor of the Museum where they can find the exhibition "Farce and Artifice" by the English artist Melanie Smith, under the curatorship of Tanya Barson, which is presented for the first time in a solo exhibition and brings together 94 works including sculptures, assemblages, reliefs, paintings, video works, photography and installations. It was inaugurated on March 6 and will remain on display until January 2021 in rooms 1-4 on the ground floor.

In addition, the exhibition "INDEX" in the Patio de las Esculturas, which is organized in conjunction with Eduardo López's FF Projects gallery, which arose as a result of the need to seek new positions for current artistic productions. It will be made up of works by artists inheriting post-conceptual languages, who have exhibited internationally with notable repercussions such as: Brian Eno, RyanGander, Mario García Torres, Gonzalo Lebrija and Stefan Brüggemann, among others. All the pieces presented in the INDEX exhibition are productions for this collaboration with MARCO and refer to the exterior, to the concept of “entering / leaving”, to the transition from one context to another, both physical and virtual.

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People who wish to go to the Museum, can purchase their tickets by making an advance purchase online or at the box office, subject to availability of previously reserved times.The cost of entrance tickets will now be $ 45 pesos general and $ 30 pesos for students , teachers and adults up to 65 years with their Inapam credential.

These costs apply on Tuesdays and from Thursday to Sunday since on Wednesday, admission will continue to be free, respecting the guidelines of the flow of people and hours assigned to the visits that will be one hour and a half and a maximum of 30 people per schedule starting at 10 am and until 6 in the afternoon