To bring the pieces of the Museum closer to the general public, since 2008 we have a program of traveling exhibitions whose objective is to contribute to the promotion of the knowledge of popular art.
These exposures are transferred as loans to those entities that request them; once it has been verified that it will have all the security measures that guarantee its correct presentation, for a period not exceeding twenty days.
Indigenous Venezuelan Basketry.
Presentation of the way of life of the indigenous of the D.F. Amazon, through the pieces of basketry. The exhibition consists of a total of 20 pieces by the Piaroas, Ye’quana, Yanomami and Arawak Indians.
Mexico: The Art of transforming clay.
Sample of popular Mexican pottery, rich in forms and of great technical perfection. Considered as the representative element of the idiosyncrasy of the Mexican people. The exhibition consists of some 30 pieces that represent the most characteristic of each pottery area of the country.A
Matter of Dreams: Paraguayan popular pottery.
Exhibition oriented to provide basic information on popular pottery in Paraguay, based on its origins, historical evolution, its billing process and the geographical area of production. The exhibition has 30 pieces of different shapes and sizes in the area of Itá and Tobatí.
‘Art and Religiosity, in the Andean world’.
They are artistic manifestations of ancient Peruvians linked to religious sentiment.
‘La Roseta de Tenerife proposal of Cultural Interest’.
Collection of the most representative pieces made in Tenerife, Lanzarote, Croatia, Paraguay, Puerto Rico and Venezuela. In the same way the utensils have been chosen for its elaboration as well as the material made in the Island sold in England, the United States or Australia, and that they have returned after so much time to the Museum.
“Where are my toys”, Popular Mexican Toys.
There is a tour through the historical and cultural function that each society and civilization gave to these pieces that today are, in addition to playful objects, objects of collection of great emotional and material value. They are popular Mexican toys, unique, rough and colorful. Small reproductions of the various items that, in some cases, are used for family consumption and reflect the idiosyncrasy of this territory.