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O Museo Arte Público, em Madri, é um museu de renome mundial que abriga uma extensa coleção de arte pública. O museu está localizado no coração de Madri, no Plaza de Cibeles. O Museo Arte Púb Boblico foi fundado em 1884 pelo governo espanhol. A coleção do museu inclui obras de alguns dos artistas mais famosos da história, como Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali e Diego Rivera. O Museo Arte Púbblico é um dos museus mais visitados de Madri, e é imperdível para qualquer pessoa interessada em arte.
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This open-air museum was previously called the Castellana Open Air Sculpture Museum. It is located under the bridge of Enrique de la Mata Gorostizaga, which passes over the Paseo de la Castellana to connect the street of Juan Bravo with that of Eduardo Dato. This museum was an idea of the sculptor and painter Eusebio Sempere and in it we can see works by Eduardo Chillida, Martín Chirino, Andreu Alfaro, Amadeo Gabino, Joan Miró and Gustavo Torner, among others. The best known work is titled "La sirena varada" by Eduardo Chillida, although it was originally called "Meeting place III".
It is located in Madrid on Paseo de La Castellana, on the ground floor of the bridge that joins the Streets of Juan Bravo and Eduardo Dato, a museum with abstract sculptures by great artists such as Subirachs, Miró, Chillida, ..... I like it a lot because we can admire all the works, without the need to queue or hinder anyone, dedicating all the time we need to appreciate these great and varied sculptures.
What beautiful statuettes under a bridge, in the Paseo de la Castellana and you see the buses go by.
Great museum! You can arrange a photo shoot in the open air! There are no crowds of tourists.
I did not expect that under a bridge of pedestrians and cars there would be such a hidden space where various works of such striking sculptures were exhibited
Excellent, I recommend the visit, there are works on the way of those who pass by the place.
Quite a curious place where it is worth stopping and seeing the works. They are in good maintenance
Sob a ponte, perto do Calle Castellano, você pode ver alguns desses instaladores. Quando eu estava em um ônibus, era uma aparência de olhos. Seria melhor quando fornecesse comentários das esculturas de Tesse via código QR para obter as informações ou mais compreensão.
A very pleasant walk in the open air with beautiful sculptures highly recommended
The street name is La Casa La Salteñea Bolivia.
One of the secret places in Madrid, under the Juan Bravo viaduct. With the spectacular work "The Varada Mermaid" by Eduardo Chillida, hanging from the bridge. Numerous outdoor sculptures that can be seen for free although they should be in a museum.
A large outdoor exhibition.
Spectacular museum in the middle of the street !!! It is worth visiting
Public sculptures in interesting environment
Grande uso do espaço público que, de outra forma, teria sido um concreto sem graça. Os favoritos são o miro e a fonte
Large number of works, very cozy, very well indicated. Highly recommended
Interesting museum. Recommended if you are going to pass near the Rubén Darío area.
Surprising exhibition of sculptures in an urban environment, integrated into the daily life of Madrid. Wonderful sculptures by many of the most important contemporary sculptors. A great enjoyment for culture to be able to contemplate works by Chillida, Miró, Subirachs ..... You have to see it and recreate
It's pretty and it's outdoors. Even so, it is quite well cared for, if you pass through the area it is worth taking a look at those abstract sculptures.
It is a great site to visit, as you can find a great diversity of sculptors. Without a doubt, it is a good place to walk and to clear your mind.
Open space, very nice but no directions. Found by chance.
Many works, it's very good
Super well preserved and with frontline artists !! A pleasant walk to rest from the Castellana.
The museum has little interest in general. Not bad, but in 20 minutes you have plenty to see all the sculptures. The most prominent is one of Miró. Without a doubt, the best thing about this site is that you can skate on rainy days at the top.
It is a place that must be given great value and given much more merit because it has it. It is a unique site and I think underestimated. Works of great authors in the open air.
Urban art, a little-known museum within the city. Do not miss it.
Not a traditional ̂museum; some sculptures on the street; what an experience to stumble upon great artists unexpectedly.
It is a Sculpture Museum that is under the overpass that joins the streets Juan Bravo and Eduardo Dato, passing over the Paseo de la Castellana. It was created in the 70s, and exhibits works by Chillida, which is anchored under the "La Sirena Varada" bridge, which is the largest sculpture in this Museum. De Miró is "Mére Ubu" a figure shaped like a bird-woman, other sculptors who have works there are Martí, Leoz, Palazuelo or Rivera among others. Of course access is free and free and represents something different to see in Madrid. If you take any bus that runs along the Paseo de la Castellana you will have a stop right at your feet to walk there.
A piece of outdoor culture, it is worth taking a walk around the
It is a turning point, a parenthesis in the chaos of Madrid.
InglésUK SL has a branch here!
Essential Spanish sculpture of the early twentieth century
It is a beautiful walk through the sculptures and the beautiful walk of the Castilian
An entertaining walk that can be extended by the environment full of points of interest.
It is free, decorates a passing space and makes it pleasant with modern sculptures.
Very clean and pretty careful. An art exhibition that you can enjoy while having breakfast in one of the bars in the area or while you walk around the area. With a sign that indicates the authors and the titles of the works, also in Braille.
My morning bus stop. What a way to start the day with the view of an incredible Chillida.
Belo Museu Público nos corações da cidade de Madri. Você verá uma exibição pública de belas obras de artes sob uma ponte da cidade cuidadosamente arquitetada. Incrível! O acesso ao Paseo de la Castell Ana é fácil pelo metrô e ônibus da cidade. Você verá as obras de Joan Miro e Eduardo Chillida.
À primeira vista, foram apenas algumas esculturas sob uma ponte, colocadas ali por uma iniciativa de artes da cidade bem-intencionada, mas ineficaz. Passei por isso muitas vezes sem perceber. No entanto, minha perspectiva mudou quando fui levado para um guia local e historiador de arte que poderia explicar o museu como um todo e mais sobre as peças individuais. Mais peças fazem parte do museu do que o que encontra os olhos. Eu recomendo com a ressalva que nem todos vão entender e nem todos vão gostar.
It's great to be able to appreciate art on the street
Extraordinary Museum. Lack of attention and cleanliness on the part of the City Council or to whom it corresponds.
An approach of art to the people. I love Chillida's Stranded Mermaid and some other works by Miró, Julio González or Sempere. Very well lit.
Hidden under a bridge, it is a hidden wonder of a time when people thought about beyond the next elections and beyond.
Outdoor sculpture, in particular the main piece is the Siren of Chillida
formerly called the Castellana Open-Air Sculpture Museum, which houses seventeen abstract sculptures by Spanish authors, under the Enrique de la Mata Gorostizaga bridge, which joins Juan Bravo street with Eduardo Dato street over Paseo de la Castellana, between the Madrid districts of Chamberí and Salamanca.
One of the best samples of Contemporary Art that can be seen in Madrid and coincides with being the great unknown. - The Mermaid Varada (Chillida) - Permutational Structure (Francisco Sobrino) - Mediterranean (Martin Chirino) - Mobile (Eusebio Sempere) - Hyperpolyhedral Space Structure (Rafael Leoz) - Across the wall (Subirats) - Proali (Marcel Marti) - A mon per per infants (Andreu Alfaro) - Mère Ubu (Joan Miro) - and others Must visit if cultural tourism is done.
You walk calmly through Madrid, and you find it.
Very nice and in the middle of the street, so you can simply see it passing by without paying an entrance fee.
If you like modern sculpture it is worth going to see it, where you can admire works by Joan Miró or other artists, it is worth going and it is free
Although it goes very unnoticed, it has beautiful sculptures
Worth a quick stop