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Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), {CATEGORY}

Opened in 1994, this is the first centre in Europe dedicated to the study of the urban metropolis seen as a universal phenomenon which helps us to analyse the social, cultural and urban development of the city, as well as its history. The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) was built by the architect Piñón y Viaplana, on the site of the old Casa de la Caridad, a beautiful building of which a few original decorative elements remain. This is the main exhibition centre in Barcelona, located in the heart of the Raval district. Apart from courses and seminars, its program includes some of the most interesting cultural initiatives in Barcelona. It also has a cafe-restaurant and a gift shop.

Practical Information

Address: Carrer de Montalegre 5, Barcelona, CT 08001

City: Barcelona

Country: Spain

Phone 1: +34 93 306 41 00

Email: info@cccb.org

Official site: www.macba.es

Opening hours: Mon and Wed-Fri 11am-7:30pm. Sat 10am-8pm. Sun 10am-3pm

Entrance fee: Museum and temporary exhibitions 8.50€ ($11) adults, 6€ ($7.80) students, free for children 13 and under. Temporary exhibitions 6€ ($7.80) adults, 4.50€ ($5.85) students. Wed 3€ ($3.90) for all

Credit Card Payment: MasterCard, Visa

Access by subway: Metro Plaça de Catalunya or Universitat

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Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), {CATEGORY}

A soaring white edifice in the once-shabby but rebounding Raval district, the Museum of Contemporary Art is to Barcelona what the Pompidou Center is to Paris. Designed by the American architect Richard Meier, the building is a work of art in itself, manipulating sunlight to offer brilliant, natural interior lighting. The permanent collection, which is expanding all the time, exhibits the work of modern international luminaries such as Broodthaers, Klee, Basquiat, and many others. Most of the museum, however, has been allotted to Catalan artistic movements, like the Grup del Treball, who were a bunch of reactionaries producing conceptual art criticizing Franco's dictatorship via enormous documents promoting independence for Catalonia. On a social level, photographs by Oriol Maspons and Leonardo Pómes illustrate Barcelona street life and the bohemians of the Gauche Divine (Divine Left) in the '70s. Dau al Set, a surrealist movement led by the brilliant "visual poet" Joan Brossa, meanwhile, provokes thought and reflection through the juxtaposition of everyday items. Catalonia's most famous contemporary artists, Tàpies and Barcelò, are both represented. Temporary exhibitions highlight international artists or a monographic show on a particular city or political movement. The museum has a library, bookshop, and cafeteria. Outside, the enormous square has become a meeting place for locals and international skateboarders who make use of the MACBA's sleek ramp, presumably with the management's blessing.

Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), {CATEGORY}

A soaring white edifice in the once-shabby but rebounding Raval district, the Museum of Contemporary Art is to Barcelona what the Pompidou Center is to Paris. Designed by the American architect Richard Meier, the building is a work of art in itself, manipulating sunlight to offer brilliant, natural interior lighting. The permanent collection, which is expanding all the time, exhibits the work of modern international luminaries such as Broodthaers, Klee, Basquiat, and many others. Most of the museum, however, has been allotted to Catalan artistic movements, like the Grup del Treball, who were a bunch of reactionaries producing conceptual art criticizing Franco's dictatorship via enormous documents promoting independence for Catalonia. On a social level, photographs by Oriol Maspons and Leonardo Pómes illustrate Barcelona street life and the bohemians of the Gauche Divine (Divine Left) in the '70s. Dau al Set, a surrealist movement led by the brilliant "visual poet" Joan Brossa, meanwhile, provokes thought and reflection through the juxtaposition of everyday items. Catalonia's most famous contemporary artists, Tàpies and Barcelò, are both represented. Temporary exhibitions highlight international artists or a monographic show on a particular city or political movement. The museum has a library, bookshop, and cafeteria. Outside, the enormous square has become a meeting place for locals and international skateboarders who make use of the MACBA's sleek ramp, presumably with the management's blessing.

Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), {CATEGORY}

Opened in 1994, this is the first centre in Europe dedicated to the study of the urban metropolis seen as a universal phenomenon which helps us to analyse the social, cultural and urban development of the city, as well as its history. The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) was built by the architect Piñón y Viaplana, on the site of the old Casa de la Caridad, a beautiful building of which a few original decorative elements remain. This is the main exhibition centre in Barcelona, located in the heart of the Raval district. Apart from courses and seminars, its program includes some of the most interesting cultural initiatives in Barcelona. It also has a cafe-restaurant and a gift shop.

Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), {CATEGORY}

Opened in 1994, this is the first centre in Europe dedicated to the study of the urban metropolis seen as a universal phenomenon which helps us to analyse the social, cultural and urban development of the city, as well as its history. The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) was built by the architect Piñón y Viaplana, on the site of the old Casa de la Caridad, a beautiful building of which a few original decorative elements remain. This is the main exhibition centre in Barcelona, located in the heart of the Raval district. Apart from courses and seminars, its program includes some of the most interesting cultural initiatives in Barcelona. It also has a cafe-restaurant and a gift shop.

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