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Like many museums in Cuenca, it is free or almost free. A $1 donation requested. The exhibition includes works by school children and local artists. Nice walk to enjoy the converted convent, and changing exhibitions.
The Museum is situated on a pleasant plaza in the western part of downtown, in a large building that once served as a temperance asylum and jail. Today it is a spacious home to the city museum of modern art.
Several well-landscaped courtyards give the...More
In historic center, a convent and former school converted to a Ecuadorian modern art museum. Small and quaint (and free) with some very good modernistic pieces and lovely gardens. The entire exhibit takes about 45 minutes to see but is well worth it.
The space is very cool, if only there had been better art in it. I actually have a pretty low bar for finding art at least amusing. Not here. Reading the other reviews, I'm hoping we were there at a low point. It is really...More
Though often skeptical of modern art, I very much enjoyed this museum. My husband and I went right before Christmas 2017, and were delighted by the Geometric Exhibit and other black and white abstract exhibit. The museum is centrally located, has a pleasant layout, and...More
This is a wonderful restoration and museum. Unfortunately we did not know they were between exhibits, so we just looked around. It would be great to see it when they had more exhibits. It is on the beautiful San Sebastian Square.
I'm not a big modern art fan so didn't expect to enjoy this as much as I did. There was a large, single exhibition by a German artist created specifically about Equador and colonialism and the building itself is an old colonial monastery. The receptionist...More