In Madrid, the art and cultural scene is not limited to museums. Art galleries, cultural centers, public spaces of exhibition and foundations also house incredible shows and exhibits with the latest works of contemporary art.

- At Castello, 77 (Metro Station Nuñez de Balboa), Fundación Juan March is one of the oldest institutions in Madrid that funds exhibitions of Modern and Non-West ern Art including Chinese and Japanese. It was the first to house exhibits of international art.

- Fundación "La Caixa" (Serrano, 60, Metro Serrano) has the best calendar of temporary exhibitions in Madrid.

- Casa de América (Paseo de Recoletos, 2; Metro Banco de España) is a space for the study, research, and exhibition of the Iberoamerican culture. Latin American artists and writers make art and book presentations.

- Círculo de Bellas Artes ( Marqués de la Casa Riera, 2; Metro Banco de España) houses temporary exhibitions of contemporary art and feature music concerts and theater presentations. There is a nice cafe that you can visit at any time of the day.

- Fundacion Arte y Tecnologia ( Fuencarral,1, Metro Gran Via) is a space for new and multimedia exhibitions. It is one of the few in the city and it is part of the Museo Telefonica.

Madrid - What to see
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