Great place with modern art. Free on some days, not pricey anyway. If you have some time to spare, this is a good opportunity.
Great place if you like contemporary art. They have temporary exhibits as well as works by Tapies.
In the film Midnight Barcelona, two girls, together with Vicky's relatives Mark and Judy, attend the opening ceremony of a gallery exhibition. In the opening ceremony, the hero of the film, the passionate Spanish artist Juan Antonio, made his first appearance. In fact, the opening ceremony was filmed in an exhibition hall of the Tapies Foundation. Tapies is one of the most famous contemporary artists in Spain, the founder and representative of amorphousism. He opened up the application of materials in artistic creation and devoted himself to the true expression of emotions. The Tapius Foundation was founded in 1984 by artists themselves to promote modern and contemporary art. At present, the Foundation has a permanent exhibition of Tapies, and often organizes temporary exhibitions, lectures and so on.
5 min from home.
The FundaciAntoni T pies Museum has only a narrow side facing the street. The red brick house is the work of Domenico, an architect who designed the St. Cruz Paul Hospital and the Catalan Concert Hall. The decorative patterns, the fine iron window grilles and the fine carvings on the walls of the red brick house once again give us a glimpse of his use of Catalan tradition. The temperament of modern architecture created by building materials.
Small museum that preserves the old factory style. Apart from the stunning Tápies permanent collection there are some modern temporal exhibitions.
Good for a cool off and part of the art ticket. The building was amazing to be in and good for contemporary art exhibition.