Eugenio Lopez at the Jumex in August, when packaging from his family’s juice business protected the unfinished floors.
The jagged roof line of the new Museo Jumex references local factory architecture and also diffuses light.
Joseph Kosuth’s No Number #001, 1989, fills the stairway leading to the roof.
Donald Judd’s Untitled, 1986–88, in front of Albert Oehlen’s Untitled, 2011, in the dining room.
Spider IV, 1996, by Louise Bourgeois, and Gonzalo Lebrija’s Entra la Vida y la Muerte, 2008, in the small foyer of Lopez’s Mexico City apartment.
Gabriel Kuri’s Carretilla IV, 1999, in the living room, with a view of Chapultepec Park.
Andreas Gursky’s Tote Hosen, 2000, and Jannis Kounellis’s Reliefs, 1989, in the large foyer.
Jeff Koons’s Three Ball Total Equilibrium Tank, 1986 (which isn’t in equilibrium, thanks to a seismic tremor), in the living room.