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Abstract Spanish Art Museum

8 reviews of Abstract Spanish Art Museum


Interesting Collection

The Museum of Spanish Abstract Art is located inside the Hanging Houses of Cuenca, which, like everyone knows, is the most famous symbol of the city and one of the places locals and foreigners take more pictures. The museum belongs to the Juan March Foundation, with headquarters in Madrid, and has a very interesting permanent collection. It contains works of famous artists of the abstract generation of the fifties and the sixties like Saura, Rueda, Tàpies, Zóbel, Millares, Sempere, Torner (to name a few), as well as of other artists of the eighties and nineties.

The temporary exhibitions they have since 1994 are also interesting.

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Juan Manuel Moreno



The word is... surprising. This museum, belonging to the Juan March Foundation, is truly surprising. The exterior of the building is surprising because of its main entrance in Plaza de Ronda: it is one of the perfectly preserved and famous hanging houses on the Huecar River. The interior is surprising, full of twists and turns, and stairs that go up and down in a fresh and functional atmosphere.

The views from the windows are surprising because they show the beauty of the landscape and of the hills around it. Finally, the works that are exhibited also surprise because, whether you like it or not, as I said, it is surprising. There are works from the most important abstract painters and sculptors in Spain: Fernando Zóbel, Eduardo Chillida, Luis Feito, Luis Gordillo, Manuel Millares, Antonio Tapies, Antonio Saura, etc…

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Juan Rubio

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