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First we went to the location given here. (Rigillis street) the building there is closed for a year already. So we checked their website and that gives the new address: (frantzti street) here is the new building. This is closed too. I don't think it...More
I enjoyed this modern art museum but am excited for them to have more artists and a little more variety as a result. If you like weird, modern art you'll like this place :) Also, just a heads up that most Greek's didn't know where...More
the museum had only one exhibition (with the appealing title of: every end is a beginning) in the basement of the huge building. the art was very modern, i think i didnt understand it. the museum will move to a new location in the coming...More
The building itself has a quite interesting brutalist feeling inside but the display when we visited had the distinct look of student project work in progress. There isn't a cafe and the whole place has a rather depressing isolated atmosphere that reinforces a lack of...More
Nice small Museum with controversial exhibitions.
Not the great names you see in MACBA (Barcelona) or other well known C.A.Museums.
If you have interest in Contemporary arts, It is worth a visit.
You don't have to go far from the center.
Sits in a very...More
The only exhibition on at the moment is film, long and short from the 70's to 90's.I was not expecting it to be old movies from the USA or other countries with greek subtitles.
There was no paintings or sculptures.
My son, daughter and I visited this gallery as we had an hour or so to kill before lunch and we took a lovely walk through the National Gardens to get there. I am not particularly a fan of art galleries in general but my...More
Some readers may think that I am trying to be sarcastic in the remarks that follow, but I assure you I am not. I am trying to provide some helpful observations despite my lack of understanding of the medium this museum presents.
Modern art can...More