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A contemporary museum and cultural arts center, CaixaForum presents an array of exhibits on ancient, modern, and contemporary art inside a formerly abandoned electrical station encased in oxidized cast iron. The permanent exhibit here explains the history and refurbishment of the museum, while the rotating exhibits--usually consisting of avant-garde and contemporary art--display painting, photography, video installations, and interactive works. Head up to the roof of the building for views of the neighboring Museum of Catalan Art. Arrange to visit CaixaForum and other attractions in Barcelona using our Barcelona itinerary maker.
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Это моя любимая выставочная площадка в Барселоне. Современная, демократичная, там всегда есть, что посмотреть, даже если вы не заглянули в их календарь. В этот раз я попал на отличную подборку картин ... read more »This is my favourite exhibition area in Barcelona. A modern, democratic, there's always something to watch, even if you haven't had a look at their calendar. This time I hit on an excellent selection of paintings by impressionists and Modernists. Last time I saw there Inca gold and gorgeous illustrations exhibition Studios "PIXAR". Very diverse exhibitions can there coexist with Shakespearean Festival productions that you can freely look at entries on monitors in the lobby. Barcelona-rhythmic pulse beats here!show original
Здание находилось рядом с моим отелем, и привлекло внимание башенками, когда я вечером возвращалсь с шоу фонтанов. Оказалось, что это красивая моредерновая фабрика, переделанная под выставочные павиль... read more »The building was next to my hotel, and caught the attention of turrets, when I vozvraŝals′ the evening fountain show. It turned out that this beautiful moredernovaâ fabrika, reworked under the exhibition pavilions. At the same time there was 4 exhibitions. One free ostavl′nye dejtsvuet on a single ticket. Exhibition of Ming dynasty, exhibition of photographs by Philip Hoffman's celebrity and contemporary art exhibition. Oh and free-trade show, posvâŝannaâ India. At the bottom there is a cozy Café. On the top floor-conference room, but if you arrive here by lift-you can poprosit′sâ pass at the reception on the roof-hence the stunning views at the pinnacle!show original
Las instalaciones son muy amplias y bien estructuradas. Normalmente coinciden, al menos, un par de exposiciones atactivas. En verano suele haber actuaciones musicales en el patio de entrada.The facilities are very clean and well structured. Normally agree, at least, a couple of exhibitions atactivas. In summer there is usually live music in the courtyard of input.show original
We visited this after being at Poble Espanol. There was a fabulous Ming dynasty exhibition. There was also a modernism art exhibition - not really my thing. However with the Barcelona card it was free. Overall a good experience.
One of the most beautiful buildings in Barcelona, especially at night as a back drop to the magic fountain. Unfortunately we didn't have time to go inside. Despite it being up an incline there are escalators to aid tired legs!
Exhibitions worth checking out! The building itself is already beautiful! You can enter and rest in its hall or terrace after a long walk. If you are in town right now, don't miss the impressionist exhibition 😛
Fascinating exhibitions set within a charming synthesis of contemporary and Modernisme architecture.
When I visited in 2015, they only had average exhibitions, but I really enjoyed the scenery and the building was nicely renovated.
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