The building itself is a masterpiece by Renzo Piano. An absolute marvel that superbly fits in its environment. And that is the problem, in a way. Because you enter the building with a huge sense of expectation, you anticipate the thrill and the surprise of discovering outstanding art works.
Then you enter the premises.
And nothing. There is nothing in there. Two rooms were closed when I visited. There was a tiny tiny exhibition with recent acrylic canvases by some local artists. A few drawings. A cloth hanging from the ceiling. I enjoy museums a lot. But this one was a MAJOR disappointment considering the expectation created by this architectural wonder.
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