MACAY, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Yucatán, is definitely the place to go if you’d like to travel the Yucatan Peninsula and see contemporary art. Approximately 80,000 people have visited the MACAY museum, annually, over the past ten years.
From now (April) until June of 2010, MACAY will be displaying their latest exhibit featuring works of the renowned Leonardo Nierman in salons 6 and 7 and in the Expoforo of the museum. Nierman’s exhibit, El Sonido del Color (The Sound of Color), consists of 96 pieces of sculpture, painting and tapestry.
Other featured artists are: Beatriz Simón, Ana Gómez, Leonel Coronado, Carlos Carbajo, Aurora Caro, Ángeles Maldonado, and Tania Cámara.
MACAY is open Sun, Mon, Wed, and Thu from 10 am to 6 pm as well as Sat and Sun from 10 am to 8 pm.