The building is designed by North American architect Richard Meier and consists of three floors of spacious interior galleries opening off sunlight flooded balconies connected by walkways.
This is a very interesting exhibition and beautifully curated in this spacious museum.
Mistos (Matches) - Claes Oldenberg - Sweden - 1992
Construction with Transparent Plans - Constant - Holland - 1954
New Babylon - Constant - Holland - 1963
The City of the People series - Craigie Horsfield - England - 1992
Josep Maria Fargas
Juan de la Haba
Rinzen - Antoni Tapies - Spain - 1993
Cross and R - Antoni Tapies - Spain -1975
Ochre with Arrow - Antoni Tapies - Spain -1971
White Relief - Antoni Tapies - Spain -1959
Ochre Painting - Antoni Tapies - Spain -1959
Black White and Red - Antoni Tapies - Spain -1984
Sitting Blocks - Oyvind Fahlstrom - Sweden - 1966
I'm going to make a star - Carlos Pazos - Spain - 1975
Hazanas Belicas - Alberto Solsona - Spain - 1972
Bride's Chest - Miralda - Spain - 1969
Anita's Mirror ( with peeping tom !!! ) - Alberto Solsona - Spain - 1974
Inflamatory Essays - Jenny Holzer - USA - 1982
Large Format, Small Story - Pep Duran - Spain - 1989
The Bachelors - Sherrie Levine - USA - 1990
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Untitled - Tony Cragg - England - 1993
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The Nature of Visual Illusion - Juan Munoz - Spain - 1997
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Lyrical Construction - Leandre Cristofol - Spain 1934
Wing Links - Paul Klee - Sweden 1930
Painting 61 - Manola Millares - Spain 1959
Concetto Spaziale - Lucio Fontana - Italy - 1956
Cota - Antonio Saura - Spain 1950
Pintura num. 367 - Luis Feito - Spain 1962
White Movement on Black - Joan Hernandez Pijuan - Spain 1964
Black Flower VII - Jose Maria Sicilia - Spain 1986
La Grappa LXIV - Miguel Angel Campano - Spain 1986
Pariso I - Ferran Garcia Sevilla - Spain 1984
Raining Season no.2 - Miguel Barceló - Spain 1990
Celebration on Lake 1 - Jose Manuel Broto - Spain - 1984
Conversation Piece - Juan Munoz - Spain 1995
It was a delight to visit this exhibition - especially as the gallery was almost empty of other tourists !!
Next blog we'll go shopping ...