Mexico City's shrine to the country's most noteworthy twentieth-century artists, the Museum of Modern Art contains major works by such heavy hitters as Diego Rivera, Juan O’Gorman, Frida Kahlo, surrealist painters Remedios Varo and Leonora Carrington, as well as Rufino Tamayo, David Siqueiros, and others. In recent years, the museum has gained a reputation for curating intriguing temporary exhibits and promoting new, young Mexican artists. The main building has four rotundas, two of which house the permanent pieces; the other two hold temporary exhibits. An outdoor sculpture garden sits next to the museum's café, which is small but good for a cup of coffee or a quick bite.