I've installed the current BasicTeX, a subset of MacTeX 2013. This includes the Latin Modern fonts, presumably in the TeX Live directory tree, which isn't a place that OSX looks for fonts. The full MacTeX distribution has a subpackage called Latin-Modern-Fonts. This is supposed to install Latin Modern as a normal OSX font, that all programs can use. MacTeX also includes 2 GB of stuff I don't want.
My question: is it possible to install the union of BasicTeX and Latin-Modern-Fonts, ideally without downloading the full MacTeX distribution? If not, is there a simple way to install the fonts by hand?