The Centre Pompidou Málaga opened in 2015 and has become the first branch of the Paris-based art museum outside of France. It walks through art from the 20th and 21st centuries with some of the most important works in modern and contemporary art.
It has 2,000 square meters where visitors can walk through the history of the art of our time. It also organizes a full cultural calendar dedicated to dance, theatre, spoken-word and cinema.
What sets the Centre Pompidou apart from the other institutions that make up the long list of art galleries in Málaga is its commitment to making modern art accessible to all. In fact, the museum itself makes it clear that its programme is geared towards people who don’t visit museums regularly.