Het CAAM - Atlantisch centrum van moderne kunst in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is een van de belangrijkste kunstmusea op de Canarische eilanden. Het werd opgericht in 1971 en bevindt zich in het stadscentrum, dicht bij de haven. Het museum heeft een verzameling van meer dan 5.000 kunstwerken, waaronder schilderijen, sculpturen, installaties en foto's. Het museum heeft ook een bibliotheek en een boekhandel. Het CAAM is van dinsdag tot zondag geopend van 10.00 tot 20.00 uur.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
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🗣️ CAAM - Atlantic Center of Modern Art: Meningen
A museum with impressive architecture inside, and a variety of rooms by Canarian painters such as Millares.
Exhibition on Juan Hernández. I knew little about the time we spent there. I miscalculated and caused them to close. Too bad, it ends in two days and I won't be able to return.
Great cultural center! If you feel contemporary cultural concerns do not hesitate to visit this place. The exhibitions are always very varied, the distribution very wide and comfortable, and the facilities are impeccable. The performances, sculptures, paintings and photographs are the most suggestive and varied and a great point in favor is that youth is breathed at all times. Highly recommended for adolescents and young people, I say it first hand although I invite people of all kinds of ages and concerns.
Small museum with interesting exhibits, free admission.
It was very cool and interesting, friendly and polite staff. A recommended place for art lovers :)
The visit met all my expectations and my daughter has been fascinated by the place. All very well organized
Visiting the CAAM is always a good plan. Indispensable museum on the island. Free entrance!
This last time it was a guided tour and very good.
Wonderful to walk through its rooms at any time. It is important to combine beach with culture
A museum in itself. This cultural center offers a very complete program of contemporary art exhibitions focused on Africa, America and the Canary Islands itself. But it is that the architectural action that has been done inside this traditional house is worth seeing beyond the content of the samples.
To be honest, I am not a connoisseur of contemporary art, although from time to time I usually see some "little thing" that catches my attention, such as a photography exhibition. What I like to highlight about this art center is the immense space in each of the rooms, open and bright spaces.
A good museum, it is free, it almost always offers good quality exhibitions and it gets involved with culture.
There are museums in Las Palmas that you must go yes or yes, this must be one because their art is so particular that you will not forget the visit, also remember that entry is free, what can you lose?
I loved this space, it is very worth it. It was dedicated to local artists with some very interesting proposals. It's a shame that the terrace was closed and I don't know how to hold events. However, the center is in the beautiful neighborhood of Vegueta, which is worth walking through
I love visiting this museum. The exhibitions change and there are no fixed works, which is a good method for me.
Great center for excellent resonance music There was a concert with a separation of 2 meters in each seat and everyone with a mask without speaking and without drinking but we enjoyed a lot, excellent Pablo Sanpa and the Gumbo, with another singer in this formation.
This museum is a gem. The staff is friendly and helpful at all times. I went with a person with special needs and they helped us a lot.
The CAAM Museum is a museum with changing exhibitions of modernism. It is located in the old town of Las Palmas, in Vegueta on Calle de los Balcones. The following exhibitions can currently be seen: -JACK BENG-THI - NO NEWS-GOOD NEWS - you can still see both -ESTHER FERRER core themes of her poetics are: The body, feminism, emptiness, decay, the prime numbers runs at least until 01.03.2020. Admission is free. Exhibition & Shop: Die - Sa v.10h-21h Sunday v.10h-14h closed on Mondays
The best modern art center in the Atlantic. Wonderful facilities in an emblematic place of the city.
Good museum! Entry free of charge. When you enter if you have backpacks you will have to leave them in the lockers that work with 1 euro coin (when you leave the locker gives you the coin back). The museum has 3 large floors where you can see various exhibitions and works. It has an elevator, bathrooms on each floor and a beautiful terrace with armchairs overlooking the back of the Cathedral of Santa Ana. Before entering the terrace you will find a couple of vending machines in case you get hungry.
A place of expression for contemporary art where I always return with pleasure. Free entry, so there's no excuse not to visit and discover interesting artists and works.
Delighted with the treatment received, I went with my children and the oldest wants to repeat. A great job with the security measures for the covid-19. There are elevators if you go with a cart or have a wheelchair. I was delighted to see that you also try to send a message through art. We will be back
Very good exhibition of Jack Beng-Thi and a small sample of Martín Chirino. To enjoy
It is the reality of many young people who, academically prepared, feel forgotten by companies, who ask for experience. Absurd, because a recent graduate does not have it.
Exhibitions of outstanding artists in a bright, spacious and innovative space. The photos are from the exhibition «Universe Manrique».
Beautiful modernist architecture art gallery on four floors be found hidden behind traditional Spanish 17th century stone facade in old town Las Palmas. On my recent visit exhibition of Canarian major artist and environmentalist Manrique. Whenever I visit Las Palmas I always drop in and always find interesting off piste well curated and always interesting exhibitions
Magnificent anthology of César Manrique commemorating his centenary.
Admission is free, it usually has art exhibitions. The day I went there was an exhibition on the life of César Manriquez, highly recommended. At the top it has a terrace with beautiful views of the historic center of Vegueta
Great place for modern art . We just ran to Manrique exhibit, but you have to go visit his home town, his house at Lanzarote.
Nice museum! In the heart of the Las Palmas' Old Town
It is a reference for the modern art of Gran Canaria. A must see, with temporary exhibitions of a very high level. On our last visit we could enjoy the exhibition of Cesar Manrique, what a joy !!
Very helpful staff. Excellent facilities
It is one of the few centers of Modern Art that there is in the city of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria free. In its four floors it usually hosts interesting exhibitions of painting, sculpture by local, national and international artists. It has facilities for the disabled.
The quality of the exhibitions both at the content level and the museum level is very high. A tremendously interesting space for arts lovers. A pity that the store does not have more background on what exposes the museum and I ended up having typical Merchandising of works of art that are not there. Except that detail all great
They do an incredible job with what they have here! Not only do they go out of their way to get the most exquisite and exclusive pieces of art for the exhibitions, they also organize concerts, workshops, conferences and other cultural activities for a wide range of interests. Best of all, almost all activities are free or for only a few euros, which makes them accessible to anyone. The museum mostly features local artists, but sometimes international artists as well, and they even have space for new talents.
Minimalist modern art gallery in the heart of las Palmas old town, offering free entry to exhibitions from notable artists across four floors. Also has a roof terrace for events and a gift shop next door. A great place to spend an hour or two.
As of the date of this comment, the permanent exhibitions are closed for renovations. But this is not the first time that we have visited this superb museum of modern art. A must if you are passing through Las Palmas. Here are the photos of the current temporary exhibition
Nice modern arts museum, with a constantly changing exhibition. When we visited there was an exhibition of Jerez, a committed feminist artist. She showed interesting installations about forgotten women, the European Union, mass media and a tragedy that was forgotten in the rest of the world in the Canary Islands at the time of Franco's coup. Entrance is free! You can donate in a box at the entrance.
Good and free.
Great building with cool modern art.
In the art center you can see works of all kinds, from photographic exhibitions to installations, which are usually quite original. The center has a modern and minimalist aesthetic, it has a good presence. The staff is quite correct and at the entrance they explain the theme of the works that there are. On the top floor there is a terrace area, which I recommend going as it is a very nice area where you can sit down for a drink (they have vending machines) and look at the views of Vegueta. It also has a conference room and a "living room" type at the top of the center. On Wednesdays from 6pm the entrance is free.
The Canarian museum par excellence. Committed to Canarian art. Very interesting exhibitions and good concerts.
Exhibition of an artistic career marked by the importance of women and their forgetfulness in modern history, together with the political conflicts that exist in Europe. Concha Jerez. Interferences