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Mathaf ('museum' in Arabic) is a new institution dedicated to Arab culture and creativity opened in Doha December 2010. Located near Education City, the museum is home to a permanent collection offering a unique and comprehensive overview of modern...more
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I spent an expensive taxi ride trying to find the place as the driver had no clue plus it's right in the middle of a hot and dusty building site that seems to stretch for miles. Once I got there, I realised that there was...More
- المكان تصميمه واسع وخالي من الزينة
- توجد بعض القطع الفنية المميزة وخصوصا المنحوتة
- تصميم المتحف من الخارج على طراز قطري قديم
- يوجد مقهى ومحل لبيع الهدايا
- The place is spacious and free of decorations
- There are some...More
Possibly because I am form Europe I am too spoiled in regards to modern art. Here I was just bored. Nothing really controversial. I can go there but you also do not miss out if you do not visit this museum.
💚“I love going to museums, because there’s always room for discovery. A museum with lots of things to offer,it is thought to be one of the largest collections of Arab-produced paintings and sculptures in the world. It is located in Educational City. A place worth...More
Located not far from education city, the Mathaf museum is a darling little place! With galleries and rows and rows of local and national artists filling the walls with their own view of life, it truly is stunning!
The flying doves artistic monument is one...More
If you love Moder Art, this is absolutely a must go.
The permanent exposition is stunning and very well displayed.
The building itself is work of art.
It is quite difficult to reach the place as the road at today are on site.
First of all if you are driving (not taking organized guided tour) be prepared to drive around and around due to huge construction works all around the museum site. However, once you are there, It looks very impressive from the outside, nice modern statues, Inside??...More
It has some permanent art collections but very often they have various artists.
It is a very interesting place, employs are very friendly and there is a small gift shop.
The only negative is the access. It is inside the education city, near to an...More