We're not great art museum fans - they are often too formal and too overwhelming in their size and tone, but Ralli was just right. It is a non profit organization set up to show us members of the public the wide range of contemporary art generated by Latin American artists. Just loved that they say that they will not tolerate any commercial activity whatsoever - hence the lack of cafe or gift shop - hooray! The museum was tastefully laid out - not too cluttered and not too big. Each room had art on the walls and life size sculptures on the floor, and it was these that really stole the show. Many of them, including those by Salvador Dali were fantastic. Having just written that the museum is dedicated to Latin American art, while we were there there was a spectacular room full of paintings by English artist Beryl Cook and works by Henry Moore. All this was free and as an added bonus we were able to take a 10 minute walk over to the Museo de la Moda which gave us a great cultural afternoon out.
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