Viva Mexico

¡Viva México!

12/2 2022 - 9/1 2023

In Mexico, it is said, the past never dies. Traditions have been mixing and reshaping here for thousands of years. ¡Viva México! aims to broaden the picture of Mexico's diverse origins and traditions. It will be a colorful encounter between life and death in an exhibition that includes both struggle and courage, skulls and flowers.






To visit this exhibition you need to reserve a ticket. Tickets are free but only valid during the time stated on your ticket. Both adults and everyone under 19 years old must pre-book a ticket to the exhibition.
Please note that the ticket system is only available in swedish, but you can still use a third party translating tool.


Mexico's history is one of change and resilience. It is about worlds that are created and perish, great cultures that thrive, an area that is conquered, a country that becomes independent.  Stories of life and death follow us through the exhibition, capturing some moments in Mexico's history. This history is full of conflict and tragedy but also resilience and humor.

The close relationship between life and death is a central theme of Mexican cultural heritage. For several years, the celebration of Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) has been organised at the Museum of World Culture in conjunction with the Mexican Association in Gothenburg.

Texts are available in Swedish, Spanish, and English.

The exhibition opens on Saturday 12 February 2022 and will be on display at the Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg until 8 January 2023.