Institut Valencià d'Art Modern, Valencia

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2.8/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
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  • Great range of exhibits, well displayed in spacious surroundings. I was particularly stimulated by the special Cartoonist exhibition - I had not realised Valencia's wonderful reputation in this respec...  read more »
  • Come in Sunday, admission is free. We did not find a permanent exhibition, decided that this is purely an exhibition space. However, judging from the other reviews and the site of the Museum, it exists. Could look as follows: Photographs of times of the great depression-interesting, liked it. Exhibition dedicated to urbanism and the man in the city-interesting, liked it. Exhibition on Spanish comics. Thoughtfully Watch did not become, as generally not ours, but if you are in the topic, probably wondering. Exhibition of Spanish sculptor, who created figures of women from metal-okay. Exhibition of French artist dedicated to death. A man several years cut out pictures from newspaper obituaries announcements about missing, and presented them in the form of catalogues, huge closets, where on each box photograph of the person. Hundreds of such boxes. Looks horrible, but is remembered.
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  • A not too expensive entry, €6. Very interesting photo exhibition with surprising images of the past, such as videos. Boltanski exhibition is quite confusing.
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  • Tickets are only 2€ and that is hella cheap for all that art. Fine little museum but chould really use someone to rethink their communication. All their info is only in Spanish:( Seems like the forgot the turists...which chould explain the low ticket price O_ó
  • The show of the sculptor Julio Gonzales currently on display is excellent. We were alerted to it by a review in the Wall Street Journal. Lost in the City, a comprehensive exhibit that is a curatorial tour de force depicts cities from many points of view, lots of photography. Even WPA photos by Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans et all are projected in a continuous slide show. This is one exhibit with lots of captions in English. We are big time museum goers and this place is one of the best. We also had a delicious lunch in the small restaurant. Not surprisingly, there were few people visiting the museum. Unlike New York, where you have lots of competition for the viewing of art. Lost in the City belongs in MoMA or the Met. I could see myself going back more than once to take it all in.
  • One of the best museums in Valencia. Though I am not a fan of modern art, this place is really beautiful. There is also a great cafeteria you can eat.
  • Very nice little museum and only 2 euros entry fee. Especially the exhibition on Spanish comic book art was interesting. However there is very little information in English...
  • Muy bien! Really interesting. They got art from refugees till one Picasso. Sunday for free.
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