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During our last visit to the Museum of Latin American Art we had the chance to explore a brief part of Central and South American Art As we approached the gate that divided the street from the museum property we saw a couple of flags indicating the entrance to the lot When we entered the parking lot we noticed that even though the time was definitely not the best for going for a tour in a museum there were a lot of cars The building that constituted the museum was very modest and it could be easily confounded with the surrounding ones When I entered the perimeter of the building I had four choices the first was to enter the restaurant which was actually almost external to the museum the second to get in the gift-shop the third to go into the little working place for children and last but not least to enter the actual museum straight ahead through a short and wide corridor As one gets to the end of the corridor the entrance is delimitated by a small table which is barely noticeable from the entrance Behind the table there is a wide room with all the new acquisitions This presentation itself anticipates the theme through the show of Diego Riveras political paintings In fact he has the ability to turn familiar images into Art On our left we could get into a room containing the works of George Marn a Mexican artist from Urapan On the right we could enter the actual exhibition The first series of paintings was from Mexico In the middle of the corridor there is a map of Central and South American countries on one side while on the other a large doorway gave an overview to the core of the museum The rest of the museum was arranged very casually in such a way though in which one could understand easily the differences of the
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