ABOUT THE MUSEUM
The former Santo Tomás de Villanueva Hospice is an iconic building in Mexico City’s Historic Centre that hosts the Kaluz Museum. With a privileged location, on the corner of Reforma and Hidalgo avenues, the Kaluz Museum is the doorway to downtown Mexico City and the Guerrero neighbourhood. The Museum offers an exhibition program that explores a multiplicity of themes, with each one establishing dialogues between different moments and contexts, conveying historic and social reflections. The basis for these exhibitions is the dialogue between the works that comprise our Mexican art collection, which spans from the 18th to the 20th century. The Museum’s curatorial program is the core around which all of our activities revolve around, thus we are constantly seeking to integrate conferences, tours, culinary experiences and mediation activities focused on each exhibition’s main themes.