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George Pompidou Museum in Málaga in 2015

A new Venue for Incentives Groups and Leisure Traveller

Picasso, Thyssen and now Pompidou. Málaga is getting the cultural spot of South Spain par excellence. The capital of the Costa del Sol will become in 2015, the only venue outside France with Arts Collection from the Centre George Pompidou thanks to the agreement reached by the City of Malaga with this institution, which allowed to provide exclusive content to a new exhibition enclave located in the port area of ​​the city.

This is the so-called “Cube” Pier 1 newly revamped Malaga Port, a downtown enclave of just over 6,000 square meters, divided into two floors, which to date was without opening or even planned to use, but thanks this operation it will house a permanent exhibition consisting of 70 works from the museum’s collection of Parisian Art, plus other temporary Exhibitions.
In return, the Malaga Consistory shall pay five million euros to the French institution for the transfer of parts and the use of the name of the accredited museum. Adapting “the cube” will cost other five million, of which the City will negotiate with a local bank to contribute with 50%.

The challenge is to choose a few tens of jewelry from a background composed of over 200,000 works. Not surprisingly the Parisian art center, housed in a colorful and groundbreaking building in the heart of the French capital, designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, is one of the most famous in the world and the tourist attraction of Paris most visited after Eiffel tower and the Louvre.

Every year it is visited by five million people. The museum opened in 1977 through the efforts of the then president of the French Republic, Georges Jean Raymond Pompidou, who was obsessed with modernizing the country, and in their living rooms works of Picasso, Miró, Dalí, Matisse, Modigliani, Kandinsky or Paul Klee. So far their only expansion had gone north of France, where a year ago he opened the Centre Pompidou in Metz.

Málaga and closed by the time a circle of cultural splendor that started just ten years ago, when the Andalusian opened in the former palace of Buenavista the Picasso Museum. The city that gave birth to the great artist at last to his works, which were provided by his family. The Picasso also hosts temporary exhibitions.
Other openings followed as the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC ), with a great impact among the avant-garde and, above all , unconditional commitment made by Baroness Thyssen , which makes now a little over two years she opened her gallery in the center of Malaga.

A new Venue for Incentives Groups and Leisure Traveller

Picasso, Thyssen and now Pompidou. Málaga is getting the cultural spot of South Spain par excellence. The capital of the Costa del Sol will become in 2015, the only venue outside France with Arts Collection from the Centre George Pompidou thanks to the agreement reached by the City of Malaga with this institution, which allowed to provide exclusive content to a new exhibition enclave located in the port area of ​​the city.

This is the so-called “Cube” Pier 1 newly revamped Malaga Port, a downtown enclave of just over 6,000 square meters, divided into two floors, which to date was without opening or even planned to use, but thanks this operation it will house a permanent exhibition consisting of 70 works from the museum’s collection of Parisian Art, plus other temporary Exhibitions.
In return, the Malaga Consistory shall pay five million euros to the French institution for the transfer of parts and the use of the name of the accredited museum. Adapting “the cube” will cost other five million, of which the City will negotiate with a local bank to contribute with 50%.

The challenge is to choose a few tens of jewelry from a background composed of over 200,000 works. Not surprisingly the Parisian art center, housed in a colorful and groundbreaking building in the heart of the French capital, designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, is one of the most famous in the world and the tourist attraction of Paris most visited after Eiffel tower and the Louvre.

Every year it is visited by five million people. The museum opened in 1977 through the efforts of the then president of the French Republic, Georges Jean Raymond Pompidou, who was obsessed with modernizing the country, and in their living rooms works of Picasso, Miró, Dalí, Matisse, Modigliani, Kandinsky or Paul Klee. So far their only expansion had gone north of France, where a year ago he opened the Centre Pompidou in Metz.

Málaga and closed by the time a circle of cultural splendor that started just ten years ago, when the Andalusian opened in the former palace of Buenavista the Picasso Museum. The city that gave birth to the great artist at last to his works, which were provided by his family. The Picasso also hosts temporary exhibitions.

A new Venue for Incentives Groups and Leisure Traveller

Picasso, Thyssen and now Pompidou. Málaga is getting the cultural spot of South Spain par excellence. The capital of the Costa del Sol will become in 2015, the only venue outside France with Arts Collection from the Centre George Pompidou thanks to the agreement reached by the City of Malaga with this institution, which allowed to provide exclusive content to a new exhibition enclave located in the port area of ​​the city.

This is the so-called “Cube” Pier 1 newly revamped Malaga Port, a downtown enclave of just over 6,000 square meters, divided into two floors, which to date was without opening or even planned to use, but thanks this operation it will house a permanent exhibition consisting of 70 works from the museum’s collection of Parisian Art, plus other temporary Exhibitions.
In return, the Malaga Consistory shall pay five million euros to the French institution for the transfer of parts and the use of the name of the accredited museum. Adapting “the cube” will cost other five million, of which the City will negotiate with a local bank to contribute with 50%.

The challenge is to choose a few tens of jewelry from a background composed of over 200,000 works. Not surprisingly the Parisian art center, housed in a colorful and groundbreaking building in the heart of the French capital, designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, is one of the most famous in the world and the tourist attraction of Paris most visited after Eiffel tower and the Louvre.

Every year it is visited by five million people. The museum opened in 1977 through the efforts of the then president of the French Republic, Georges Jean Raymond Pompidou, who was obsessed with modernizing the country, and in their living rooms works of Picasso, Miró, Dalí, Matisse, Modigliani, Kandinsky or Paul Klee. So far their only expansion had gone north of France, where a year ago he opened the Centre Pompidou in Metz.

Málaga and closed by the time a circle of cultural splendor that started just ten years ago, when the Andalusian opened in the former palace of Buenavista the Picasso Museum. The city that gave birth to the great artist at last to his works, which were provided by his family. The Picasso also hosts temporary exhibitions.

A new Venue for Incentives Groups and Leisure Traveller

Picasso, Thyssen and now Pompidou. Málaga is getting the cultural spot of South Spain par excellence. The capital of the Costa del Sol will become in 2015, the only venue outside France with Arts Collection from the Centre George Pompidou thanks to the agreement reached by the City of Malaga with this institution, which allowed to provide exclusive content to a new exhibition enclave located in the port area of ​​the city.

This is the so-called “Cube” Pier 1 newly revamped Malaga Port, a downtown enclave of just over 6,000 square meters, divided into two floors, which to date was without opening or even planned to use, but thanks this operation it will house a permanent exhibition consisting of 70 works from the museum’s collection of Parisian Art, plus other temporary Exhibitions.
In return, the Malaga Consistory shall pay five million euros to the French institution for the transfer of parts and the use of the name of the accredited museum. Adapting “the cube” will cost other five million, of which the City will negotiate with a local bank to contribute with 50%.

The challenge is to choose a few tens of jewelry from a background composed of over 200,000 works. Not surprisingly the Parisian art center, housed in a colorful and groundbreaking building in the heart of the French capital, designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, is one of the most famous in the world and the tourist attraction of Paris most visited after Eiffel tower and the Louvre.

Every year it is visited by five million people. The museum opened in 1977 through the efforts of the then president of the French Republic, Georges Jean Raymond Pompidou, who was obsessed with modernizing the country, and in their living rooms works of Picasso, Miró, Dalí, Matisse, Modigliani, Kandinsky or Paul Klee. So far their only expansion had gone north of France, where a year ago he opened the Centre Pompidou in Metz.

Málaga and closed by the time a circle of cultural splendor that started just ten years ago, when the Andalusian opened in the former palace of Buenavista the Picasso Museum. The city that gave birth to the great artist at last to his works, which were provided by his family. The Picasso also hosts temporary exhibitions.

A new Venue for Incentives Groups and Leisure Traveller

Picasso, Thyssen and now Pompidou. Málaga is getting the cultural spot of South Spain par excellence. The capital of the Costa del Sol will become in 2015, the only venue outside France with Arts Collection from the Centre George Pompidou thanks to the agreement reached by the City of Malaga with this institution, which allowed to provide exclusive content to a new exhibition enclave located in the port area of ​​the city.

This is the so-called “Cube” Pier 1 newly revamped Malaga Port, a downtown enclave of just over 6,000 square meters, divided into two floors, which to date was without opening or even planned to use, but thanks this operation it will house a permanent exhibition consisting of 70 works from the museum’s collection of Parisian Art, plus other temporary Exhibitions.
In return, the Malaga Consistory shall pay five million euros to the French institution for the transfer of parts and the use of the name of the accredited museum. Adapting “the cube” will cost other five million, of which the City will negotiate with a local bank to contribute with 50%.

The challenge is to choose a few tens of jewelry from a background composed of over 200,000 works. Not surprisingly the Parisian art center, housed in a colorful and groundbreaking building in the heart of the French capital, designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, is one of the most famous in the world and the tourist attraction of Paris most visited after Eiffel tower and the Louvre.

Every year it is visited by five million people. The museum opened in 1977 through the efforts of the then president of the French Republic, Georges Jean Raymond Pompidou, who was obsessed with modernizing the country, and in their living rooms works of Picasso, Miró, Dalí, Matisse, Modigliani, Kandinsky or Paul Klee. So far their only expansion had gone north of France, where a year ago he opened the Centre Pompidou in Metz.

Málaga and closed by the time a circle of cultural splendor that started just ten years ago, when the Andalusian opened in the former palace of Buenavista the Picasso Museum. The city that gave birth to the great artist at last to his works, which were provided by his family. The Picasso also hosts temporary exhibitions.

A new Venue for Incentives Groups and Leisure Traveller

Picasso, Thyssen and now Pompidou. Málaga is getting the cultural spot of South Spain par excellence. The capital of the Costa del Sol will become in 2015, the only venue outside France with Arts Collection from the Centre George Pompidou thanks to the agreement reached by the City of Malaga with this institution, which allowed to provide exclusive content to a new exhibition enclave located in the port area of ​​the city.

This is the so-called “Cube” Pier 1 newly revamped Malaga Port, a downtown enclave of just over 6,000 square meters, divided into two floors, which to date was without opening or even planned to use, but thanks this operation it will house a permanent exhibition consisting of 70 works from the museum’s collection of Parisian Art, plus other temporary Exhibitions.
In return, the Malaga Consistory shall pay five million euros to the French institution for the transfer of parts and the use of the name of the accredited museum. Adapting “the cube” will cost other five million, of which the City will negotiate with a local bank to contribute with 50%.

The challenge is to choose a few tens of jewelry from a background composed of over 200,000 works. Not surprisingly the Parisian art center, housed in a colorful and groundbreaking building in the heart of the French capital, designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, is one of the most famous in the world and the tourist attraction of Paris most visited after Eiffel tower and the Louvre.

Every year it is visited by five million people. The museum opened in 1977 through the efforts of the then president of the French Republic, Georges Jean Raymond Pompidou, who was obsessed with modernizing the country, and in their living rooms works of Picasso, Miró, Dalí, Matisse, Modigliani, Kandinsky or Paul Klee. So far their only expansion had gone north of France, where a year ago he opened the Centre Pompidou in Metz.

Málaga and closed by the time a circle of cultural splendor that started just ten years ago, when the Andalusian opened in the former palace of Buenavista the Picasso Museum. The city that gave birth to the great artist at last to his works, which were provided by his family. The Picasso also hosts temporary exhibitions.

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