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This museum was on my list and I did not regret the visit. I started by going through the temporary expositions with a wide range of different mediums and styles - for all tastes and not boring but all modern art. So if you want...More
What a tribute to one of Brasil's greatest sons and one of the worlds greatest arquitects. The lines of this museum fits in perfectly with its position within the city. Nice cafeteria and excellent shop. Easily reached with the tourist bus.
We stopped here during the bus tour as it seemed an important stop. From an architectural standpoint, it's a neat building to see. Unfortunately there were no exhibits in the dark room eye when we were there. We did however luck out by being there...More
It’s a modern museum in Curitiba’s downtown. The architecture is awesome. The expositions, American Football games on weekends and museum design gives you a very interesting time to spend. It worth it.
This Museum is really interesting, both from the architectural standpoint (pictures don't do it justice) as well as the permanent inventory - with great works from local artists; and temporary exhibitions.
What it is known for is the architecture. If you are not into modern art, don’t bother going in. Even once inside, you don’t feel the building’s uniqueness because most of the exhibits are in the plain, rectangular building next to the eye tower, nothing...More
Oscar Neimeyer was a Modern Architect and in this Museum you that looks like an eye on a stand you get to see some of his interesting work. If you are into architecture this is a must see, if like me you are just kind...More
I made the trip to Curitiba just to see Oscar de Niemeyer ‘s museum. One should remember a few things :
1. The building was not built as a museum initially , but as government offices . As a local who visited with me put...More