This cultural foundation, set up by the wealthy financier Juan March in 1955, is one of the most important in Europe. Each year, a couple of major exhibitions are held here, and a decent selection of the foundation's 1,300 works of contemporary Spanish art is also on permanent display. The foundation also schedules free concerts, jazz cycles, conferences and dramatized readings that are always worth looking out for.
Fundación Juan March
|Venue name:||Fundación Juan March||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Open Mon-Sat 11am-8pm; Sun and public holidays 10am-2pm.|
|Transport:||Núñez de Balboa (M: L9)|
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Modern Taste. Art Deco in Paris, 1910-1935
The so-called 'last of the total styles', or Art Deco, comes to the Juan March Foundation as the first exhibition devoted to this movement held in Spain. An exhibition that challenges the separation imposed throughout history between fine art and decorative...Until Sunday June 28 2015 FreeRead more