Thursday March 24 2011, was inaugurated the Carmen Thyssen Museum Malaga, which can be visited free of charge from Friday 25 to Sunday 27.
The permanent collection consists of a total of 230 works from the Carmen Thyssen Collection, from the most famous Spanish painters of the nineteenth century, with special attention to the Andalusian painting. The Collection features artists such as Zurbarán, Sorolla, Zuloaga, Romero de Torres, Gomez Gil, Moreno Carbonero and Barron.
In addition to the permanent collection, this year the museum will have three temporary exhibitions:
- “From Picasso to Tàpies“: Spanish Painting of the twentieth century art by artists like Picasso, Torres-Garcia, Cossio, Saura and Tàpies, from April 11 onwards.
- “Monet: The house among roses“, which will focus on this painting by the French painter and which will be completed with works from the same period to reflect on the artist’s relationship with his garden.
- “Sorolla in Andalusia“, in November with 80 pieces of the mature work of the Valencian painter.
The Thyssen Museum is located in the fifteenth century palace Palacio de Villalon, in calle Compania in the historic centre of Malaga, just 500 meters from the Picasso Museum.
- Tuesday to Friday from 10 am to 8 pm.
- Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 9 pm.
- Closed Mondays.