Institut Valencià d'Art Modern, Valencia
(2.8/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
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  • THE IVAM is a building that architecturally has no appeal, unlike other museums of modern art as the Pompidou in Paris or the Guggengeim of Bilbao where the building is a work of art. We have visited it after seeing the exhibition of the Bancaja Foundation and the Museum of ceramics, which both boast a magnificent collection of Pinazo, one of the great Spanish impressionist painters and which furthermore was Valencian. The exposure of the IVAM Pinazo is a disgrace. First "wall" is located in the room. I.e., the IVAM has a huge building with a lot of rooms and space, Pinazo is in a basement which is a tube with low ceilings, which can be accessed from the street on one side and after investigating learned that that was going to be the car park, but they found remains of the wall and had to cancel the work. With what were left with a space that didn't know what to do with it. And the exhibited work of Pinazo is short and not very significant, having it the work of other artists or artists who have nothing to do as Saura and Tapies. The Commissioner that has mounted the exhibition really has little consideration towards Pinazo. Of the rest of the Museum, it only that us seemed well was the room of July Gonzalez, where is playing with the lighting to highlight not only the work but them shadows of them sculptures. All the others with very little interest and with very little work in spaces huge. Sunday is free. The Cafe is great.
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  • We spent a little while in this museum. It's all modern art (not surprisingly from the name) and while some of it is interesting, I have to say it's not really my sort of thing. But the price was righ...  more »
  • The best collection of Julio Gonzalez sculptures that we've seen. We went here specifically to see his work. The rest of the museum was interesting but not everything was of interest to us. The exhibi...  more »
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  • It's not bad at all. Very cheap to enter, I think I paid a euro. The first gallery is really cool and interesting. The rest of the gallery was a bit mundane, mainly photographs (I don't know how that's considered art). But for €1 I can't complain, they have free Wifi and some interesting artwork
  • 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.
  • I'm not a fan of art, so this museum was not very interesting to me. I definitely recommend for art enthusiasts though!
  • 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.