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Articket BCN With Articket BCN you will be able to visit the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions of 7 art centres, for € 22, over a period of six months from the date of the first visit to one of the museums and in any order you like. You can purchase your articketBCN in the ticket offices at the art centers or in this tourism offices: Pl. Catalunya, Pl. Sant Jaume and Estaciķ de Sants. Visit this 7 art centres in Barcelona:

  • Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC)
  • Fundaciķ Joan Mirķ
  • La Pedrera of CatalunyaCaixa
  • Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA)
  • Fundaciķ Antoni Tāpies
  • Centre de Cultura Contemporānia de Barcelona (CCCB)
  • Museu Picasso

7 museums, 1 ticket, 22 €

Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA)

Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona The Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) houses an important collection of artworks from the last fifty years. Besides a selection of works from the permanent collection, the museum also provides a broad programme of temporary exhibitions and organises activities related to contemporary culture and art. The building itself was designed by the American architect Richard Meier.

Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC)

Museu Nacional d’Art de CatalunyaThe magnificent collections at the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC), covering from the 11th to the 20th century, illustrate, amongst others, two outstanding periods in Catalan art: the Romanesque, with a collection unique in the world; and Modernisme, featuring outstanding works by such artists as Antoni Gaudí, among others. The museum site also commands spectacular views over the city.

Centre de Cultura Contemporānia de Barcelona (CCCB)

Centre de Cultura Contemporānia de Barcelona The Centre de Cultura Contemporānia de Barcelona (CCCB) is a centre that organises exhibitions and activities in such diverse spheres as music, film, dance, performance and anything involving artistic experiment. The building is a mixture of old and new styles, dating from the early 18th century up to recent renovation of a facade in the Plaįa de les Dones. The centre is one of the most visited museums in Barcelona.

La Pedrera

La Pedrera Ten years after its inauguration and coinciding with the centenary of the start of the construction of Casa Milā, the Fundaciķ Caixa Catalunya has reopened the Espai Gaudí. It is a place of reflection, exploration and discovery, inviting the public to participate in an intellectual and sensorial experience which aims to let Gaudí speak for himself in the exceptional setting of La Pedrera attic. In addition to the Espai Gaudí, the visitor can see the courtyards, La Pedrera Apartment, which recreates the ambience of a middle class home of the early 20th century, and the roof, surprising for its artistic and symbolic power.

Fundaciķ Antoni Tāpies

Fundaciķ Antoni Tāpies Fundaciķ Antoni Tāpies, housed in a Modernist building in Barcelona’s Eixample district, was established in 1984 by the artist Antoni Tāpies for the purpose of promoting the study and knowledge of modern and contemporary art. The Foundation organises temporary exhibitions, lectures and film seasons in order to contribute to a better understanding of contemporary art and culture, as well as possessing one of the most complete collections of works by Antoni Tāpies.

Museu Picasso

Museu Picasso The Museu Picasso de Barcelona is the chief reference point for knowledge about Pablo Picasso’s formative years, and bears witness to the close relation between the artist and the city. Five Gothic mansions house this museum which, in addition to works from the artist’s youth and later life, such as the Blue Period, also contains the magnificent Las Meninas series, a rich interpretive exercise based on Velázquez’s famous work.

Fundaciķ Joan Mirķ

Fundaciķ Joan Mirķ Fundaciķ Joan Mirķ de Barcelona, housed in a magnificent building by Josep Lluís Sert in the Parc de Montjuīc, contains the finest public collection of the work of Joan Mirķ, with 300 paintings, 150 sculptures and the complete graphic works. The Foundation also presents a regular programme of temporary exhibitions by 20th century artists.



 
 
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