New Art Museum In Malaga.
A new Art Museum in Malaga is set to be a treat for all art lovers. Called , the “Carmen Thyssen Bornemisza Museum” has been re-opened to the public following much needed renovations.
I loved Malaga when I went on holiday in 1992. Almost 20 years ago, (yikes). It was wonderfully hot, friendly and enjoyable. I didn’t actually do the culture tour, so perhaps next time I will. With the renovation of Malaga’s new art museum. I haven’t really got an excuse not to visit again. Next time I will take the time to enjoy some of the wonderful art – as well as the beaches. What can I tell you, I love the Sun!
Malaga’s New Art Museum Showings.
It will be showcasing many unique pieces of art. Including Van Gogh’s 19th Century painting the “Le Moulin de la Galette”, (You know the Windmill in Paris). And other works by Francisco Zurbaran’s. It will also be showcasting masterpieces as far back as the 13th Century. As well as the more modern Spanish painters such as Joan Mirò, Joaquin Sorolla, and of course Picasso.
Taking a couple years to complete the renovations, at a cost of over 10 million Euros. It sounds like the New Art Museum in Malaga has pulled out all the stops. Gathering a fine collection of art at the Carmen Thyssen Bornemisza Museum, located in the Villalon Palace.
New Art Museum’s Location & Access Information.
ATTRACTION: The Carmen Thyssen Bornemisza Art Museum.
LOCATION: Calle Compañia, 10 Palacio de Villalon, Malaga, Spain.
OPENING TIMES: Tues – Sundays: 10:00am – 8:00pm. Closed Mondays.
ADMISSION: 6 Euros; Children Under 12 are free.
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Photo by Markus Vaeth.