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We visited while the excellent Amateur Architecture exhibition was on. Beyond the temporary exhibition the building itself is worth a look. We spent a couple of hours across the three exhibition levels. Art lovers will also enjoy the bookshop at the entrance.
They converted an old and historic warehouse into a fabulous modern art space. There were several temporary exhibitions on when we visited, the one on Amateur Architecture was outstanding and informative, the others were good. The permanent collection is typical modern art, some will find...More
A fabulous old warehouse building converted to hold a contemporary exhibition space that is informal, friendly and walking distance from the city centre. When we were there the was a fab show with a South American artist. One piece had you walk into a room...More
A great space with all but but 2 exhibits a joke. 3 green canvases on a wall. A black canvas on a wall. Massive rocks stacked on each other. After touring the L’ Orangerie in Paris, I was glad to see real contemporary art. Tired...More
As many have said previously the building itself is beautiful. Also like others I was about to leave disappointed, but the visit was saved by the Amateur Architects (Wang Shu & Lu Wenyu) - their exhibition was entirely worth the entrance fee.
I visit the capc contemporary art museum
The building is very well preserved BUT the collection permanent in exhibition is a joke
I usually visit the contemporary museums in cities that I stay, this one I felt that they were joking I never saw a...More
As we all know art is subjective and the art on display wasn't to my taste but there wasn't much of it so the venue seemed empty. That said, the building is beautiful and it's only 7euros each to get in. If I was scoring...More