Did You Know?
With approximately 12,000 objects and 6,000 digital works, the National Museum of Mexican Art’s permanent collection is one of the largest collections of Mexican art in the country. The Museum strives to maintain, preserve and acquire works for its collection that reflect the diversity and quality of Mexican art in the following categories: Pre-Cuauhtémoc, ephemera, textiles, folk art, prints and drawings, photography, and paintings and sculptures.
The National Museum of Mexican Art maintains the highest quality museum standards as prescribed by the American Alliance of Museums. The National Museum of Mexican Art became the first Latino museum accredited in 1997 and remains the only nationally accredited museum dedicated to Mexican Art.