The Barnes Foundation invites you to join Thom Collins, executive director and president of the Barnes Foundation, and Dr. Nancy Ireson, deputy director for collections and exhibitions & Gund Family Chief Curator in Mexico City. Mexico City (Ciudad de Mexico) is the capital of Mexico and the most important political, cultural, educational, and financial center in North America. It's the largest city in Mexico and the second most populous city in the world, with over 20 million people.
When our eyes are not being immersed with powerful art, our other senses will be treated by culinary experiences in what is one of the great food cities in the country. We are excited to experience Emilia, Em is the result of the long career and vision of chef Lucho Martínez, whose cuisine focuses on produce and seasonality. Em brings to Mexico City the influence of a diverse range of techniques while using familiar Mexican ingredients in unconventional ways. We will also visit some of Mexico City's most amazing food markets including Roma Norte and Jamaica Market where we invite you to eat like a local. Plus we will experience lunch in Bosque de Chapultepec.
The St. Regis Mexico City, our accommodation for the week, is a sanctuary in one of the most exciting destinations in the world. Soaring 31 stories above the city bustle, this hotel stands along the tree-lined Paseo de la Reforma bringing elegance into the modern era, elevating an otherwise typical hotel experience to a higher standard that reflects the evolution of this world-famous metropolis. Anticipate refined spaces with nods to the rich local culture of Mexico City, meticulously crafted and brought to life by renowned butler services. Luxuriate with restorative treatments at Remède Spa or lounge by an indoor pool with awe-inspiring views of the city skyline.
Join us and take a look at Mexico through our eyes.
Your Barnes contact for this trip is Katie Adams (email@example.com or 804-241-6022, cell phone). Your Artful tour contact is Latasha Thomas (firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-658-2270, office phone).
The Barnes Foundation Mexico City experience is priced at $10,954 per person in a double room sharing and $12,406 for a single traveler and includes all transportation, lodging, and specific meals during your trip. This trip is limited to 22 guests and your booking is requested by November 30, 2023. A minimum of 15 guests is required to operate this trip. The trip will start Sunday, February 4th at The St. Regis Mexico City where the group will gather in the lobby to depart together in the afternoon for a private collection visit followed by dinner. The trip will conclude Friday, February 9th with a farewell dinner and departure is Saturday, February 10th at your leisure. Your VIP pass will allow you to return to Zona Maco fair on the weekend.
In the interest of your safety, we ask that you not bring any high value jewelry.
No refund will be provided for cancellations within sixty days of the trip's start date. If the museum has another patron to fill a spot a substitution will be allowed. After the trip has commenced, no refunds are available, even if the client does not partake in all of the trip's activities or leaves the trip early. We highly recommend the trip insurance offered when booking.
All programming may change and is subject to availability of hosts, collectors and artists.
Image: Jorge Flores
Image: Angel of Independence Statue in Mexico City