There are a couple of entrances for this museum, either via a historic convent or through the main entrance (street addresses below). The centre concentrates on the educational and artistic facets of contemporary art: including its immediate history. But what I want to bring to your attention is its under-valued museum.
Housed in a series of interlinked historic buildings the museum offers insights into both local and international contemporary visual arts: paintings, sculptures, objects, photographs, prints and video loops.
Few visitors to Seville seem to be aware of this treasure house, and it is pointless to describe what we saw on our visit (simply because exhibits open and close all the time).
But I can assure you that your time will not be wasted should you decide to travel a little north of the Triana district or a little west of the old city centre.
There are two addresses to give to your taxi: either Monasterio de la Cartuja de Santa María de Las Cuevas on the Camino de los Descubrimentos (after alighting follow the red arrows around to your right until you reach the museum entrance) or via the main entrance at Nº 2 Avenida Américo Vespucio (walk down the pathway to the main entrance to the complex and then carry on through the tree-lined gardens).
Entrance costs 1.80 Euros at the time of writing.
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