Centre Pompidou Malaga, Malaga
(3.8/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
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  • I was a Sunday afternoon which was free. I would go with the idea that I would fill more but not the term of although the truth can not be critical since the Museum is not the mine.
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  • I'm not very fan of modern art, but being in Malaga I wanted to go to the Centre Pompidou. Sundays from 4 pm admission is free. It is not a large Museum, it is easy to see, there are some interesting things though, for my taste, it is quite dispensable.
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  • the glass cage in which the Museum was installed was vacant at the end of the "muelle uno" (which won him the visit), too bad she isn't stuck.
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  • Some extremely interesting works, an impressive building and good staff. But the arrangement of the artworks is terrible.Tony Oursler's Switch (an audio and video installation) is a fascinating piece, but it is not long before you wish you could turn it off, as it seriously detracts from other works. Whoever had the idea of putting Switch and Jean Tinguely's piece or, worse still, Christian Boltanski's Réserve so close together really needs to think again about the overall experience of these artworks, including Oursler's. I understand the decision regarding the installation of the works was made by the Pompidou in Paris, not locally in Malaga. So I presume the arrangement of the works cannot easily be altered. A shame, and if I were Tony Oursler or Christian Boltanski, I would be very disappointed.
  • . Ugly when not plain horrible OK. OK, I admit it - I am clearly not much of an art lover. I found the external appearance of this giant Rubik's cube quite horrid. All those colours! Next to the beautiful greens of the palmeral and the blues of the sea and sky. Ugly. So I was prejudiced against it before I even set foot inside. It has currently a selection of 90 or so works from the Pompidou in Paris, under the following headings: METAMORFOSIS = metamorphosis AUTORRETRATOS = self-portraits EL HOMBRE SIN ROSTRO = the faceless man EL CUERPO POLÍTICO = the body politic EL CUERPO EN PEDAZOS = the body in pieces Do you know what? Putting the art into groups like that seemed pretentious to me. And they warn you that you may find some exhibits disturbing or controversial. I found many of them to be quite horrible. But you may have different tastes from me - as do most of the other reviewers, it is fair to say! P.S. But I liked the Thyssen museum. .
  • great expositions and nice gift shop. Worth it if you like art, free entrance every Sunday after 16.00
  • Un loc deosebit din Malaga, o oaza de verdeta frumos
  • Beautiful museum, with great exhibitions this is the Malaga branch of the Pompidou in Paris centrally located in the new port area of Muelle Uno with its iconic Color cube.