Situated within the celebrated Flamengo Park in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the Museu de Arte Moderna (MAM) is home to two floors of beautiful modern art works by hundreds of Latin America's best modern and contemporary artists. The museum was founded in 1948 by Francisco Matarazzo, a Brazilian businessman and collector. The establishment's displays are changed frequently, offering a full schedule of rotating educational and cultural activities, workshops, classes and social events. The Museu de Arte Moderna also has an extensive bookstore, a cafe that serves hot and cold food, and a film archive. The museum's second-floor should not be overlooked, as it provides a panoramic view of the sculpture garden and part of the Flamengo Park's famous lawn. The museum's garden, where live jazz music is played every Saturday night, was designed by Brazilian architect Roberto Burle Marx. A visit to the MAM is definitely a must-see for art-lovers in Rio de Janeiro. To see the latest exhibition schedule, please visit www.mamrio.com.br.