Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp, Antwerp
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  • Contemparary art museum. Mostly temporary exhibitions. Bautifull builing in a lovely neighbourhood "Antwerpen Zuid" (Antwerp South district 
  • Hit the Museum, when it was closed yet exhibitions half. In this regard, did 50% discount. The remaining half was a very weak and not interesting. The second minus, the Museum stands somehow detached from the main tourist attractions. It is also worth to take into account when planning your visit. The museum itself is spacious, bright. There is a café with a small observation deck. The truth is that a good view of the river.
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  • Contemporary art is sometimes like sometimes not. In this case I think you can appreciate the works exposed only if there is some critic to explain the work (as long as there is a meaning behind). Absolutely not recommended.
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  • Had almost too much fun at the slightly tacky yet wonderfuly curated "energy flash" exhibition. Friendly staff and love for details made the visit a great experience.
  • Not worth the visit today. I've never been before. They have lots of building work going on so there is limited items to see. There is a reduced ticket price, however if we had been fully aware of the limited exhibition we would have not paid the money. On the ground floor there was 'photographic art work'. Probably the worst selection of photographs in an art museum I've ever seen. Don't rate it at all.
  • the rave exhibit was phenomenal: very well curated and thought out...everything from video and music installations to mixed tapes to outfits to (not real) drugs...I would definitely return to here to see their next exhibit
  • Contemporary exhibitions with a distinct opinion on variety. You can see a wide range of artists, some more interesting, some unknown. Always a good idea to come by every two months or so. From time to time they do a bigger exhibition which goes beyond the current works of an artist. Nice to see the evolution in the oeuvre. There's also a focus to involve young people into the world of plastic arts.
  • Spacious setting. There's usually a temporary exhibition going on, so it's a good idea tot check their website. Given the space (andere the kid's corner) also an option with the little ones.