Ursula had a destination she wanted to visit on our walk along Calle Málaga. And since I’m a huge fan of Salvador Dalí, I was anxious to see the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo (Center of Contemporary Art — CAC) as well. Of course, it wouldn’t be a museum for modern art if, in Spain, you weren’t greeted by the master himself, Mr. Pablo Picasso:
Most of the pieces here are not originals. Indeed, we have a few Salvador Dalí pieces ourselves, with original signatures, and several of our pieces were also on view here at the museum:
The museum is on two floors, and you can comfortably browse through it in under half an hour. For the minimal cost of admission, I’d say it’s worth the viewing.
The display areas are nicely lighted, the walls bright, and the art uncrowded:
Time to say “goodbye” to ol’ Pablo…
… and start heading back to rejoin our tour group. Back on Calle Málaga at the colorful Terraza Panoramica: