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O Museu d'Art Contemporani d'Eivissa é um museu em Ibiza, Espanha. O museu foi fundado em 1989 e é dedicado à arte contemporânea. O museu tem uma coleção de mais de 1.000 obras de arte por artistas de todo o mundo. O museu também possui uma biblioteca e um café. O museu está aberto de segunda a sexta -feira, das 9h às 17h e das 9h às 15h.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, 6:00 – 9:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, 6:00 – 9:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, 6:00 – 9:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, 6:00 – 9:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
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Nice art gallery.
On this island renowned for its entertainment and nightlife, art also has its place. The old town offers the opportunity to breathe history in every corner. This museum is the icing on the cake. You can visit it for free
A beautiful place, an old building, restored, with an excavation that, through glass, we can see pieces of our history, Punic ruins of houses and cisterns. We can also contemplate remains of ceramics and the paintings that are on display.
Museum of contemporary art in a beautiful setting. In the old town of the old city of Ibiza Dalt Vila The building consists of different levels, there is an elevator if necessary. It offers free visit and free lockers. They have asked us for Covid Pass. There is a part dedicated to the permanent collection and other temporary exhibitions. The contrast between the period basement, I think Punica, which you can see through the glass floor, with the exhibition of modern works is very nice. To repeat for sure.
Ibiza is a complete island, in addition to a beautiful panorama, the sea, the various famous clubs and restaurants, it also offers the opportunity to taste good art.After walking in the old city of Ibiza, you can conclude with a visit to the museum of contemporary art. The visit can be done for free ..... it's worth it.
quirky and interesting museum. paintings by e. bronzer and magnificent Japanese prints. to recommend. and free too!
An important exhibition this summer in Ibiza and until November 30, 2022 by EVRU. chronology of ZHUSH in Ibiza. Multifaceted self-taught artist With a very stimulating creative universe, with the creation of a state of his own.
On this island renowned for its entertainment and nightlife, art also has its place. The old town offers the opportunity to breathe history in every corner. This museum is the icing on the cake. You can visit it for free.
Spectacular museum both formally and content. Essential visit.
Bom museu de pequena arte nesta ilha do sol beijou, no entanto, a velha senhora na sala do térreo está constantemente seguindo e me observando passar por todas as pinturas. Quando olhei para ela nos olhos e meio que perguntei o porquê. Ela apenas olhou para mim de volta sem dizer nada. Nós olhamos um para o outro por cerca de 15 segundos longos. Uma experiência muito estranha e assustadora
Uma obrigação de ver depois de terminar toda a festa. Wifi grátis e uma pequena biblioteca gratuita
É legal ter um museu grátis em Ibiza. Você pode visitar tudo em 20 minutos ou menos
Very friendly and very nice it is worth going above it is free.
FREE admission (no excuse not to go) The Museum of Contemporary Art of Ibiza, also known as MACE, was inaugurated in 1964. It opened its doors again on April 27, 2012, after being closed for more than 5 years to remodel it. It is located in Ronda Narcís Puget, s/n, in Ibiza. Its ownership is municipal and it is managed by a board of trustees. Its headquarters have always been in the Sala de Armas and the warehouses in Prova, one of the most emblematic buildings in the historic center of Ibiza in Dalt Vila. This building was designed in 1727 by Simón Poulet. After the remodeling, the museum has 3 floors, a ground floor and two underground floors. It has an assembly hall, a shop and a reading and documentation centre. The creation of the museum is related to the Ibiza Biennial, created in 1964. Between 1976 and 1979 Marie-Claire Uberquoi was its artistic director. Between 2007 and 2012 the museum was closed to expand and remodel the space. The cost of the works amounted to 4 million euros, of which the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport paid 2.3 million and the Ibiza World Heritage Consortium the rest. During the remodeling works, archaeological remains dating back to the 7th century BC were found. C., the oldest found in Ibiza, and for this reason it was decided to dedicate a space to them in the new museum. It was reopened on April 27, 2012 with an exhibition by Miquel Barceló and Barry Flannagan, as well as a selection of works from the collection's collection. The museum's permanent collection is a collection of contemporary art made on the islands during the 1960s, with works by artists of various origins. Within this collection, an interesting collection of posters from the extinct Carl van der Voort gallery stands out, coming from the donation made by him in 1997 to the museum. It also has a collection of prints from the Ibizagrafic contest focused on traditional printing techniques and their relationship with new technologies.
Free entry, friendly service, such-so-so work and an interesting floor. I recommend!
Marvelous. Fantastic. Cozy. Beautiful. If the Museum would be without works it would be wonderful. I liked everything, the building, its design and the collections. We also had a guided tour with its director, Elena, who totally captivated us, what a way to tell. exquisite. The museum and her are like twins. I think they can't be him without her. Great. It's free too. I didn't know him and he really surprised and captivated me. Ibiza is very lucky to have him
Very interesting museum. The works of Erwin Broner and his contemporaries from 59 stand out. Archaeological remains can be seen at the bottom.
Those who like contemporary art will find a space to enjoy. The guided tour (Óscar) was great !!!
A contemporary art museum in the heart of the city of Eivissa. In a former military facility, with spacious spaces flooded with light, current art and creativity contrasts with the past.
Very interesting and very friendly workers.
The museum is beautiful, contemporary art, remains of the Phoenicians at your feet and good music, you couldn't ask for more.
I love it
Essential visit. Museum with a careful distribution and lighting of the works. The rooms take on an aura of their own. Great job. They temporarily exhibit the interesting work VP 113, acrylic on canvas, by Victor Vasarely. The staff is very friendly. Free admission and it is allowed to take pictures without flash. Anyway, you just need to be given a flat in Torrevieja for entering the museum. Postpone the party and enjoy the works of the artists of Ibiza 59'.
How kind everyone and how interesting the workshop for families :-)
Aaaaaah! Very interesting art and ideal temperature. The day I went there was a very impressive violinist and pianist playing! I certainly repeat.
Nice place, free.
A lovely place! As soon as we were referred to a guide, a great professional on the subject, we were eager for more, we will return for sure, and in fact a group work and a fantastic state, THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR EVERYTHING
Interesting visit to the museum, bigger than it seems. Free entry and it's cool.
The magic of entering a museum and leaving differently. That is the definition given by its director.
Tantas histórias interessantes por trás das pinturas. Enquanto a atmosfera é de primeira qualidade. O melhor de tudo, é grátis!
Museu de arte contemporânea deve ver o centro histórico de Eivissa!
Very interesting and free museum, spread over 4 floors. The environment and the works are beautiful.
The museum that I liked the most in my whole life.
Super museum, free and interactive
Amazing, and free to enter lovely art museum
Artistic background momt interesting.
Beautiful architecture and interesting works
It is definitely worth it. Clear structures and few exhibits. Attentive and friendly staff. The museum is housed in part of the old fortress. That fact alone makes it worth seeing. Fully air-conditioned, you will find a pleasant retreat here in the sweltering midsummer. By the way, entry is free.
More than a gallery, it is a place of peace where you can immerse yourself in the works on display. The staff is very helpful and above all at hand and very friendly, available for clarification or even just for a pleasant conversation about art.
Only seen the outside but well worth it.