The exhibition center in Terminal 1 (T1) is located in Hall C of the national area, between gates 4 and 5, and is open to the public 24 hours a day year-round.
This space constantly hosts exhibits on a variety of themes, including aviation and its development in Mexico; the flora, fauna, and ecosystems of Mexico; cultural and artistic exhibits by well-known artists; and other expositions that contribute to the diffusion of culture and tourism in the Republic of Mexico.
In addition, the back section displays busts of individuals who contributed to the development of aviation in Mexico.
Currently the space is hosting an exhibit called Breve ensayo sobre la soledad, (A brief essay on loneliness) from the author Alejandro Aguilera, from the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (INBA, National Institute of the Arts and Literature), which we invite you to visit at the Exposition Center. It will be open until September 30th, 2016.
The exhibited images presented by photographer Alejandro Aguilera are from Chile and Argentina, and consist of 20 color images ranging from 100 x 180 cm in digital printing on PVC.
We also invite you to visit the mural entitled MANKIND’S CONQUEST OF THE AIR, which is in the walkway of Hall B in the domestic area. This work is by the architect Juan O’Gorman, and it shows a trip through humankind’s history and its struggle to break all barriers, as symbolized by the beginnings of aviation and its evolution into modern times.