Selections from Our Permanent Collection

Escena del zócalo en la Ciudad de México, durante La Decena Trágica
Peace March (before Washington became Mayor) Chicano & American Indian contingent - "Indigenous Peoples Against War & Destruction"
Cecilia Saldaña: Weaver of San Juan Nuevo, Michoacan
Damas elegantes paseándose en la calle San Francisco
Nuestra madre
Mex artists. Roman V. (Villarreal) opening (Carlos Cortéz and Felipe Ehrenberg)

The photographic works in the National Museum of Mexican Art’s Permanent Collection include a variety of media ranging from vintage albumen prints to contemporary laser-generated images. The subject matter spans documentary photographs of 19th-century Mexico and the Mexican Revolution to recent mixed-media assemblages. There are over 700 photos in the museum's collection and a selection is currently searchable online. Check back often as we add to this exciting photographic archive, which is a small subset of our entire Permanent Collection of over 10,000 artworks currently undergoing digitization.