Exhibition Areas

  • El-Cubo-Sala-1-3

El Cubo. Three large galleries where exhibitions of various types and origin are presented: from contemporary art to historical heritage, and from international to local production works.

  • Estación-Vizcaíno

Vizcaíno Station. Patio dedicated to local exhibitions. In it, we found the sculpture of Rubén Vizcaíno Valencia, by which the hallway is named after.

  • Entrada-Sur-2

South Entrance. Easy access terrace with a view to one of the city’s main roundabouts. The space is used for intervention projects exhibitions, as well as events.

  • Mezzanine

Mezanine. Along with El Cubo’s lobby, this area show contemporary art exhibitions.

  • Museo-de-las-Californias-1

Museum of the Californias. Permanent exhibit that show representative objects of the regional history, from prehistory to mid-20th century. Through more than 350 pieces, the exhibition tells the story of the different human groups that have populated the peninsula.

  • Sala-Central-1

Central Gallery. Free-of-charge gallery dedicated to the exhibition of art of diverse origin and technique.

  • Sala-Planta-Baja-2

First Floor Exhibitions Gallery. Space used for contemporary art interventions performed by emerging artists. Next to it, we found the exhibit of the Works from the Collection series, which has a historical and patrimonial background.

  • Sala-de-Exposiciones-Temporales-3

Temporary Exhibitions Gallery of the Museum of the Californias. Area focused on history and heritage exhibitions which, mostly, relate to the permanent exhibit at the Museum of the Californias.

  • VestMuseo-de-las-Californias-1

Museum of the Californias Lobby. Large space where an heterogeneous kind of exhibitions are mounted. It has been host of the International Banner Biennal, since its beginning.

  • Pasillo-de-la-Fotografía-2

Vidal Pinto Photography Hallway. Space dedicated exclusively to the art of photography. It consist of a long wall which can be seen by the people who walk by.

  • Vestíbulo-de-la-Sala-de-Espectáculos

Theater Lobby. Area dedicated to local exhibitions of up coming artists. Its three sections are located below the mural Origins, by Álvaro Blancarte.

  • Domo-Imax

IMAX Lobby. Located as a transit point in one of CECUT most iconic buildings, the space works as an exhibition gallery to local artists, either professionals or amateurs.

  • Explanada-2

Main Square. Large oudoor area that allows set up diverse pieces and exhibitions at reach of the audience gaze.

  • Jardín-Caracol-2

Caracol Garden. Green area that exhibits the typical flora of the region and the replicas of the most iconic sculptures of the main Mesoamerican cultures, as an attempt to build a regional and national, social and ecological identity.