- Enter El Cubo a cuboid glass structure in Málaga port and visit the Centre Pompidou's only branch outside France
- See more than 80 artworks, from 1905 and later, including significant pieces by Pablo Picasso. The permanent collection is updated every 5 semesters, and temporary exhibitions with works from Pompidou Paris keep things fresh
- The collection is grouped into seven different sections, to put the works into new perspective, covering many different styles, artists, and countries
Enter 'Modern Utopias', an exhibition of 63 works by 60 artists, divided into six rooms. Curated by Brigitte Leal, this exhibition speaks of the hopes and disappointments of society throughout the 20th century. Look out for the flock of sheep!
Málaga is Picasso's birthplace, and the city has honored its most famous son with a stunning colorful cube on the waterfront. The daring structure outside perfectly suits the collection of modern and contemporary art inside, all from the collection of the Pompidou in Paris.
As you stroll down Málaga's charming seafront towards the port, you won't miss the translucent panels of the ultra-sleek cube (know affectionately as El Cubo). Málaga's appeal owes a lot to its beaches and tapas. But the opening of this branch of the Centre Pompidou in Paris has put it squarely on the cultural map too.
Inside, the museum boasts fantastic exhibits borrowed from the Pompidou in Paris. Picasso's work sits alongside other historical masterpieces, as well as contemporary works including by conceptual artist Sophie Calle and multi-discipline works from Bruce Nauman.
Featuring a range of paintings, sculptures, installations, and films, the Pompidou Málaga will leave you thoughtful and inspired - the perfect state to be in when you go to the beach for a swim or for sunset cocktails.
BLOBTERRE 18/10/2017 - 21/5/2018
Youth space at the Centre Pompidou Malaga
This special youth-oriented exhibition was created by designer Matali Crasset and immerses the visitor in a multisensory world of imagination and discovery. Crasset repurposes everyday items throughout the exhibition to suggest new ways of experiencing nature, via her fictional blobterrians who are rapidly colonizing urban spaces.
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- Changes are not possible for this ticket
Bus: 1, 3, 4, 11, 14, 16, 19, 25, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 92, A, C1 or C2.
Start your day with a visit to this museum and then go for a walk on the promenade of Muelle Uno towards Málaga’s Lighthouse. Enjoy an ice cream while soaking up the views of the port and the sunny weather - temperatures can reach around 20°C during winter!
Autrement c'est un lieu agréable qui sais mettre les oeuvres exposé en valeur.