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Casa del Alabado

Manteño Whistling Bottle

Text: The Pre- Columbian Art Museum Casa del Alabado.  If we look to the past, we will find that sound objects have been persistent in the repertoire of artifacts created

Exhibición Temporal: Sonidos y Danzantes, una experiencia contemplativa y sensorial.

Texto: Museo Casa del Alabado  En el marco de su décimo aniversario, el Museo de Arte Precolombino Casa del Alabado se complace en invitar a la exhibición temporal “SONIDOS Y DANZANTES: una experiencia contemplativa

Temporary Exhibition: The Jama Coaque Dancers

Text: The Pre-Columbian Art Museum Casa del Alabado.  Among the pieces featuring pre-Columbian characters, the dancers are the most visually stunning.  They carry an extensive variety of objects over their bodies;

Temporary Exhibition: El tejido hablado

The Pre-Columbian Art Museum Casa del Alabado is pleased to invite you to the temporary exhibition “El tejido hablado” (The spoken cloth) by Tamar Guimarães, which will be on view until 31 December 2019.    El tejido hablado is the fifth chapter of the

The Untranslatable language of stamps

Text: The Pre-Columbian Art Museum Casa del Alabado Perceiving a pre Columbian art piece requires facing a completely unknown language for our time. The material, technique, and physical qualities of a work

Temporary Exhibition: Cabinet Pre-Columbian Humboldt

The Pre-Columbian Art Museum Casa del Alabado is pleased to invite you to “Cabinet: Pre-Columbian Humboldt” which will open on August 9 and remain open to the public until December 5, 2019.   As part of

Casa del Alabado: Animals and The Pre-Columbian World

Temporary exhibition: “Animals and The Pre-Columbian World”  The Pre-Columbian Art Museum Casa del Alabado is pleased to invite you to the temporary exhibition “Animals and the Pre-Columbian World”, which will remain open to the public until

Walking tour through Downtown Quito: First World Heritage Site

Visit Quito, the second highest capital in the world! UNESCO recognizes Quito as the city with “the best-preserved,  historic center in Latin America.”