BBVA Collection Mexico

The BBVA Art Collection in Mexico came about as a direct result of the respect and admiration for Mexican art by the various institutions now making up this financial group. The collection boasts 371 artworks by 167 talented Mexican artists or foreign-born artists based in the country. Taken as a whole, the holdings underscore the plethora of different approaches taken by visual artists in Mexico in the second half of the twentieth century.

Including sculptures, paintings and graphic works by masters such as Diego Rivera (1886-1957), Ángel Zárraga (1886-1946), Leonora Carrington (1917-2011), Mathias Goeritz (1915-1990), Manuel Felguérez (1928-2020), Helen Escobedo (1934-2010) or Pedro Coronel (1923-1885), the collection evinces the wide breadth of movements and tendencies that found fertile ground in Mexico, ranging from the
to the
of Painting. The BBVA Collection in México offers its holdings to audiences in the country and all over the world with a view to broadening their aesthetic horizons and to inspiring future artists.