Long put on the backburner despite having a stellar collection ready to go, the Instituto de Arte Contemporáneo finally was able to garner enough support to launch a formal contemporary art museum in 2013. The minimalist glass and cement square space, beside a reflecting pool, rotates exhibitions every 3 months. The collection of works, which spans from 1950 to the present, includes pieces from mostly Latin American artists, ranging from optical art and abstract expressionism to geometric art and pop art.