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Málaga is the launching partner of the new concept of temporary Centre Pompidou (Centre Pompidou provisoire). The "Centre Pompidou Málaga" is intended to be a laboratory and pilot project. Over the next few years, it will settle into an existing...more
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Don't go there if you are not into art, especially contemporary art. Or go on Sunday after 5pm when it is free as we did. They even give you an audio guide for free if you want. But honestly it was super boring for us,...More
Our entrance fee was included with our hop on hop off ticket, but on this day entrance was free to everyone. Some very interesting modern art. Two nice outstanding pieces on display, one by Picasso and one by Moro. A good stop if you are...More
Visited on my back from the beach. Some great pieces and installations. my particular favourites were by Picasso, Miro, Kandinsky & Delaunay. The entrance of coloured glass is as spectacular as the parent building in Paris. For us this was the pick of our museum...More
Seemed to me about a tenth of the size of the Pompidou in Paris. You'll still pay full price though. It's a bit of a jumble- hard to present an overview of modern art in a place this size. There was a theme- modern utopias?...More
This is a museum that I missed out on my last visit to Malaga, this time I got to go though, and I am not disappointed.
This museum offers a wide variety of contemporary or modern art on the theme of “utopia”. Found many very...More
Not many exhibits but in a big space. Some I understood and enjoyed. Others were baffling and lacking in artistic merit. I always wonder about the role of art dealers in talking up works. The narrative of some of the works was completely nonsensical and...More