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Centre D'Art Santa Monica
Santa Monica Arts Centre is housed in a former convent near the sea at the bottom of La Rambla. A collection of contemporary art with an emphasis on Catalan art. La Rambla, 7, 08002 Barcelona (93 316 28 10). Use Metro station drassanes. Admission is free.

Fundació Cuixart
The Cuixart Foundation operate this gallery to show the creativity of the artist. Placeta Montacada, 7, 08003, Barcelona (93 319 19 47). Use Metro station Jaume. Admission charges apply.

Fundació Fran Daurel
The Fran Daurel collection is a collection of Catalan art with works by Dali, Perejaume, Cuixart and Picasso amongst others. Av del Marques de Comillas,Poble Espanyol, 08038, Barcelona (93 423 41 72). Use Metro Espanya. Admission is free.

Fundació Francisco Godia
The Francisco Goidia is a collection of medieval art, ceramics and modern paintings assembled by Francisco Goida Sales. Valencia, 284, pral, 08007, Barcelona (93 272 31 80). Metro station Passeig de Gracia. Admission charges apply.

Joan Miró Museum
This museum is dedicated to Joan Miró with his numerous paintings, sculptures and sketches. The building is located in Montjuïc Park and designed by Josep lluis Sert. The museum often has other temporary exhibitions devoted to contemporary art. Located at Av Miramar, Parc de Montjuic, Barcelona (93 443 94 70). Use the Funicular de Montjuic. Admission charges apply.

MACBA Museu d'Art Contemporània de Barcelona (Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art)
A collection of contemporary art going back 50 years. Exhibitions change during the year. A modern building designed by Richard Meier that contrast with the surrounding traditional buildings in the centre of Barcelona. The forecourts are well used by skateboarders and features on numerous skateboard films. Pl. dels Angels, 1 08001, Barcelona (93 412 08 10). Use Metro station Catalunya.

Metronom
An unconventional exhibition space which explores all forms of art experimentation. Fusina, 9, 08003, Barcelona (93 268 42 98). Use Metro station Arc de Triomf. Admission is free.

Museu Barbier - Mueller
The Barbier - Muller Museum of Pre-Columbian Art is dedicated to pre-Columbian works from 1500 BC to the 16th Century. A good collection of early American cultures housed in a Gothic mansion. Exhibits include sculptures,ceramics, tapestries and silverware. (93 3104516). Use Metro station Jaume. Admission charges apply.

Museum de Les Arts Decoratives
The Museum of Decorative Arts displays household items from the medieval period to contemporary. Av. Diagonal, 686, 08034, Barcelona. (93 280 50 24). Use Metro station Palau Reial. Admission charges apply.

Museum de l'Eròtica de Barcelona
A museum devoted to the early erotic arts. Included are S$M apparatus and another such displays. La Rambla 96, bis, 08002, Barcelona (93 318 98 65). Use Metro station Catalunya. Admission charges apply.

Museu Nacional d´Art de Catalunya (MNAC)
The National Art Museum of Catalonia preserves the wall frescos of a great part of the Romanic churches in Pirineos and a collection of Romanesque art. A collection that spans over 1000 years. Works by Ramon Casas, Santiago Rusinol and Antoni Gaudi are displayed. At the end of the museum is an avant-garde sculpture collection including pieces from Juli Gonzalez. Located at Palau Nacional,Parc de Montjuic, 08038, Barcelona. (93 622 03 75). Metro station Espanya. Admission charges apply.

Museu Picasso
A good collection of Picasso's early paintings housed in two medieval palaces. Pablo Picasso spent the period 1901 – 1906 in Barcelona, his formative years. Located at Montcada, 15- 23, 08003, Barcelona (93 319 63 10). Metro station Jaume. Admission charges apply.

 
 

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