Known as the Cube in Malaga for its impressive architecture, the Pompidou Centre offers an impressive collection of works from different disciplines. It has cultural activities and cultural mediation programmes aimed at all audiences, even for the youngest visitors to familiarise themselves with art.
During this experience you will enjoy a journey through the art of the 20th and 21st centuries. And best of all, every year there will be new temporary exhibitions, dance shows, performances, concerts, cinema, conferences, workshops and mediation programmes for all audiences, in direct contact with the local and Spanish art scene.
Currently we can find two spectacular exhibitions, the first one being “Julio González, which will be on display until the 17th of October 2021. In this collection we can find works by the Catalan sculptor from the Musée national d’art moderne in Paris. This is the richest collection of sculptures and drawings by the artist, mostly from donations and bequests by his daughter, Roberta González, between 1953 and 1978. Throughout the tour of this collection we can see the different major stages of his career, including his classicist nudes, cut-out reliefs and his early wrought-iron sculptures.
The second collection we can find is “From Miró to Barceló. A Century of Spanish Art”. In this tour we can see the cubism, surrealism, figuration, abstraction, painting, sculpture, cinema and video of great artists such as Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí and Luis Buñuel. Through this experience you will be able to see how this great avant-garde spirit has been maintained. It goes fromrom works showing the Parisian exile and the war to works by Miquel Barceló, now grown up in freedom. Here you can find the timetables for our Guided Tours in Malaga.
The Centre Pompidou in Malaga is open to the public on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. In relation to opening hours, it also offers great availability because it is open from 9:30 until 20:00, this schedule will also be for the holidays, because the centre remains open. Please note that the public will be admitted up to 30 minutes before closing time.
There is one exception to these opening hours. On 24th December and 31st December the centre will only be open until three o’clock in the afternoon, and the public will be admitted until half past two o’clock.
All this can be enjoyed in different languages with audio guide and descriptive panels in English, French, Spanish, Dutch, German and Italian.
The price for visiting the collection and the temporary exhibitions is 9 euros for general admission and 5.50 euros for reduced admission. For the collection From Miró to Barceló. A Century of Spanish Art collection, the price for general admission is 7 euros and 4 euros for reduced admission. And if you only want to visit the temporary exhibition, the entrance fee for general admission will be 4 euros and reduced admission will be 2.50 euros.
Admission will be free for the unemployed, under 18s, holders of the euro youth card, teachers and university students of Fine Arts and Art History, museum employees and members of ICOM, disabled persons and for the general public on Sundays from 4 p.m. until closing time.
Complete your visit to the province by discovering the heights of the Caminito del Rey on a guided tour of the area.
The Centre Pompidou Malaga is located in the building known as El Cubo, between Piers 1 and 2 of the city’s port. A privileged location overlooking the waters of the Bay of Malaga. In terms of parking, if you come by car, Pier One has a car park open 24 hours a day. There are also several municipal car parks in the surrounding area. If you want to go by public transport you can take the following bus lines 1, 3, 4, 11, 14, 14, 19, 25, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 92 (tourist bus), A (Airport express), C1 and C2.
Specifically it is located in Pasaje Doctor Carrillo Casaux, Muelle Uno, Puerto de Málaga with postal code 29016.