Half of the museum is on land, half is in the sea, and the white wall is yellow in the sunlight, with a strong sense of Arab space. The museum displays all kinds of exquisite works from the 10th to 16th centuries. Strangely, these exhibits are arranged irregularly. They are neither in chronological order nor in categories. What does the curator think?
Arabic Museum of Modern Art, located in the center of Doha, is the largest art museum in the Gulf region. The overall appearance of the museum is white, noble atmosphere, and the interior is also decorated with white theme. There are many exhibits about Arab modern art in the interior.
I'd give this five stars, but it's a hike from the center of Doha--although as a sort of bonus, you get to go to the very space-age-mars-colony-feeling Education City, which is a bit bizarre. The museum has an interesting permanent collection, but often that's not on view because the whole space is dedicated to some special show. I saw a Cai Guo-Qiang exhibit there that was beautiful, tailor-made for Qatar and really educational, in a good way. If you're curious about Doha's contemporary art efforts, this is a must-visit.
A small but good museum on the outskirts of the city located in Education City. It has a good collection of modern art that includes many regional artists. Frequently has traveling exhibitions. It can be difficult to find in the ever changing construction in Education City. There is a bus from the Museum of Islamic Art so you could always go there and save yourself the driving headache.
There are no other features in the outside buildings, but there are a lot of collections inside. A tour guide will understand a lot.
The Museum of Modern Arab Art can fully display Arab art, history and culture.
Museums that introduce Arab culture in great detail.