Virtuosos from the Renaissance to modern masters, Europe offers many museums and galleries where their works are exhibited. Discover the movements that began in Europe as Dali Surrealism or Cubism of Picasso. Europe has been central to the revolution of the arts, the Renaissance. But do not miss the major works of the 20th century in search of beautiful art. On one end to another of Europe’s modern art museums tell the contemporary history of the continent and the mischievous spirit of Europeans.
The tumultuous 20th century Spain has created some of the most famous modern artists: Dali, Miro and Picasso. Stop by the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid to see Guernica, a painting by 7.76 m by 3.49 m exposed on the wall of the building, illustrating the horrors of the Spanish Civil War. For the art of Vanguard, visit the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao. This museum not only accommodates renowned pieces, but the building is a work of art in itself. Take pictures of the statues located outside, for example, a giant dog made of flowers and metal balls.
For a fancier experience, visit the Tate Modern Gallery in London. Cross the Thames on the Millennium Bridge and see all kinds of performances. Enter in the former Bankside Power Station and explore the three floors filled with modern art. Extend your stay and visit the MNAC (National Art Muzeul Contemporana) in Bucharest, Romania.
Travelling in Luxembourg, stop by the Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean (MUDAM). Here, feast your eyes on modern art, but also the exceptional architecture and cultural influences. For another touch of modern, visit the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, Serbia, which sets up 35,000 works of modern art.
Across Europe, modern art has left an imprint that lasts. Visit the Moderna Museet Malmö to find the only international collection north of Amsterdam. Add a new dimension to your tour of the museums of modern art and enter the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark or in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Croatia. Feast your eyes of thousands of contemporary works, all created after 1945.