Caixa Forum in Barcelona
The Caixa Forum is an old factory renovated by the La Caixa Foundation and converted into an exhibition hall.
The factory Casarramona was built in 1911 by Catalan architect Josep Puig i Cadalfach.
Now you can visit a permanent collection of contemporary art at the Caixa. With its 3000 m2 divided into 3 rooms and more than 800 works of national and foreign artists and has one of the biggest collections of contemporary art in Spain.
The Japanese architect Arata Isozaki designed the famous main entrance of glass and steel.
*Closed on December 25th and January 6th and 1st.
Lines 1 and 3 stop at station Plaza España from where you can easily access The Caixa Forum.
Lines 13 and 50 stop in the Avenida Marquès de Comillas in front of the Caixa.
See more of Montjuic: National Palace of Montjuic | Magic Fountain | National Art Museum of Catalonia | Poble Espanyol | Tower of Telecommunications | Caixa Forum | Palau Sant Jordi | Castle of Montjuic | Olympic Stadium | Greek Theatre | Pabellón Alemán
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