Quit different than other museums with very unique exhibitions slightly difficult to be understood. Not for everyone.
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A starkly modern building and several floors of very modern art, some of it a bit too bizarre for my taste, but a very interesting mixture of photographs, video (most of it too odd for me) and modern sculptural ideas. Worth a visit - walk...More
The building is fascinating - a really good piece of architecture inside and out. The contents I am far from certain about. I love modern art but I sometimes cant tell if I am being taken for a ride. I wouldnt want to comment too...More
it's been a long time since I have been in a modern art gallery, maybe that's why I enjoyed that visit so very much. It is perfectly arranged, on each floor there's a different idea and subject the art focuses on: colonialism, nature, art in...More
The building is impressive not only from outside but inside too. Six floors hide a lot of pieces - it is not for everyone, sometimes I wasn't much interested, but some were very good. But art is art. Prices are very nice - for people...More
Modern art is hit or miss, but I generally prefer it to traditional art. First of all, this building is great! Some might call it an eye sore, as it blends brutalism with a weird moderneque bunker sort of vibe. The layout inside is a...More
Lovely space and excellent exhibits. Really enjoyed Natural Histories. Traces of the Political (goes until Jan 14 2018). €7.50 student admission was pretty great!
Interesting building and most of the work was great and very inspiring for my own practice. However unfortunately this was somewhat overshadowed by the exceptionally rude and unprofessional gallery usher on the ground floor. Wondering around the exhibit on my own, minding my own business...More
I have to admit that it was with some trepidation that we visited this place based on recent very negative reviews, but I suspect the main 'offending' exhibition has now finished as the lower levels were closed for preparation of a new show. What we...More