Exhibition: Modernity and Relevance – Juan Sordo Madaleno
Exhibition: Modernity and Relevance – Juan Sordo Madaleno
Exhibition: Modernity and Relevance – Juan Sordo Madaleno

SMA presented the exhibition "Juan Sordo Madaleno: Modernity and Relevance" at the Mextropoli Festival in Mexico City. A traveling exhibition showing the most representative works of the renowed Mexican architect.

On March 6, 2015, an exhibition of photographs opened on the Alameda Central in Mexico City entitled "Juan Sordo Madaleno: Modernity and Relevance," dedicated by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos to the founder of the firm. It includes the top 10 public works by Juan Sordo Madaleno in the city, including Torre Anahuac (1958), Hotel María Isabel (1961), the High Court of Justice (1964) and Palmas 555 (1975). This exhibition then moved to the Galería de la Juventud in the Bosque de Chapultepec park during March and April 2015.