MPBA is the first commemorative book for the Palacio de Bellas Artes Museum and was conceived as a tribute to it in every sense. The book is a reflection of the museum and it's elegant, dynamic, and timeless nature. It's content is a compilation of archived images, records, employee interviews, and former directors. It is a visual essay of the art that has been exhibited in the museum from the beginning and essays about it's famous murals as well as a reinterpretation of them led by contemporary artists. MPBA tells a story of the museum, founded in 1934, and is considered the most important museum, in an honest and self-critical way. The project was developed in collaboration with Caviar Izquierda and the Institute of National Bellas Artes.