Let your eyes enjoy the language of art and reflection. From February 18 to April, you can see "Water" by Jeannette Betancourt, "Construction" by Luis Rodrigo and "Cyclicality” by Máximo Gonzalez.

"Water" is an open invitation to reflect on and increase our awareness about the use of this vital liquid in order to understand its social, political and environmental implications. It invites you, from an artistic angle, to question your relationship with water in your daily life.

"Construction," the latest work by the Mexican artist, Luis Rodrigo, shows us an original way to develop a language using symbols.

Máximo Gonzalez stands out with his work “Cyclicality.” The Argentinian artist focuses on Earth as a planet that is cyclical by nature with issues related to food production and consumption and the environment. 

The Foreign Ministry Museum is open to the public from Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and is located at 47 Republic of Salvador St., Col. Centro , Del. Cuauhtémoc.