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The building has something. It works as a gallery space by being interesting enough, very functional and not dominating the art work. We saw the personal collection Sergio Carvalho, Contraponto, and it was excellent. The man has taste and understands art. Catch it while you...More
Just across the street from the Metropolitan cathedral, the museum is worth a visit once you are there. The architecture is very appealing. It seemed to me like the museum doesn’t have a permanent collection, therefore you will see whatever they have as their temporary...More
As an architect, I love the way this building fits in with the simple modernist features of the whole city. Having no big signs around, the building opens up like a puzzle. Unfortunately the circular inside could be better utilized and better lit somehow. But...More
If you really like so called art then by all means visit this museum. For me a pile of sticks or a ball on a slide or a pile of paper airplanes in a heap n the floor does not really constitute art but then...More
The access to the museum is really easy, and ramps help even phisically challenged people to move around. public bathrooms are clean and neat, and air conditioning is never too cold in there. Not to mention that despite the great exhibitions, the museum is an...More
It's free and most likely on your way already... but if not, simply don't bother. The building has a very nice, modern design from the outside, but really nothing to expect in it..
There is a very nice tarasse on the side of the building......More
At the time I was in visiting Brasilia, the Museum was exposing a Photographic exposition. It was very interesting, but I recommend overall this place as a architectural visit. The insides are as interesting as the outside look of a planet or spaceship. Indeed entering...More