Violeta Parra was the first South American visual artist to be exhibited at the Louvre in Paris, and she was considered the "mother of Latin American folk music" by many. Constructed in the shape of a guitar, this museum pays tribute to her by displaying a handful of her paintings and videos of Ms. Parra performing. Wall text is in both English and Spanish, though clumsily translated. If you're a fan, you should find the museum satisfying, though most non-fans will be underwhelmed. There simply isn't enough variety in the art shown, nor context given to Ms. Parra's achievements, for newbies to get a real understanding of her oeuvre. Expect to spend no more than an hour here.