Currently, the ICO Museum, located by the Paseo del Arte – Art Walk, is a space dedicated to exhibitions about architecture and photography based around different themes: great figures in architecture, with exhibitions dedicated to Marcel Breuer, Dominique Perrault, los Pietilä, Ábalos & Herreros, Fisac and de la Sota, Juan Navarro Baldeweg, and David Chipperfield; the role of architecture in the great challenges facing modern society, with exhibitions such as “Spain Mon Amour” and “The Architect is Present”; and, as part of the PHotoEspaña Festival, architecture presented through the lens of photography, with examples such as “Construyendo Mundos”, “Fotografía y arquitectura moderna en España, 1925-1965” and “Manolo Laguillo. Razón y ciudad”.
With regard to temporary exhibitions, the ICO Museum offers guided tours and other educational activities aimed at children and teenagers. In addition, the ICO Museum is an open and inclusive space that aims to facilitate access to as many visitors as possible. Hence, it offers resources for people with reduced mobility, and the Museum also runs activities designed to foster the inclusion of different types of audiences.
Sundays and public holidays: 10am-2pm
Closed: Every Monday (including public holidays) and also on 1 January, 1 May, and 25 December.
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