A fantastic array of art - Van Gogh, Monet, Carot... This was a real find with very few people making it an even better experience.
A lot of Genevois have never been there although it is one of the most interesting spots in Geneva. The concept is very fine and sophisticated. The collection is not necessarily the most updated one but plenty of jewels. It is really smartly displayed in a building certainly not designed to become a museum but it certainly improves the visit.... More
NOt what I would call uplifting. Social commentary ...very depressing. loads of 60's images. The setting was very unique.
You will spend most of the time on the staircase as there is one piece per floor, maximum two. But they do a workshop for children from 4 to 10 years old on a Saturday morning at 11, where kids and parents can enjoy making their own art. You have to reserve, though.
Dynamic and popular small museum. The collections change regularly. Staff is friendly and keen to chat if you're not coming on a too busy day. Entrance is cheap, free for kids and students.
This is a great museum with 4 floors to visit. I was there a couple of weeks ago for the vernissage of 4 artist who were presenting their collections. I had the chance, together with the group I was with, to chat with the artists and get them to explain the collections and their inspiration. The museum has a permanent... More
Slightly difficult to find as others have mentioned but we got there after some wandering around. The exhibition to the left side of the foyer we didn’t much care for but the exhibition on the right called Mamco was fantastic. Four different floors filled with stuff to explore.
beautiful building.Art represented was from 1500's up...only viewed one floor. Empty..no one there......worth a visit ...free and not a long time to whip though.
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