Museo de la Cancillería - Mexicocity
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In the old building of San Felipe Neri's Chapel, in Mexico City's Downtown, the Museum of Mexico's Foreign Affairs Ministry opened its doors in 2009. It was necessary to coordinate efforts of all the cultural offices of the Mexican Public Administration to give life to this ambitious project.
It has a double objective: to let people know the historic inheritance that this Ministry keeps while promoting and increasing its artistic legacy. This is pursued by exhibiting books, objects, portraits and all sorts of plastic, visual and graphic oeuvres that are part of the Ministry's collection. At the same time, it constantly has temporary exhibits of international artists promoted by other countries' diplomacies, in order to foster cultural and artistic exchange.
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