centro de arte contemporáneo

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The Center for Contemporary Art in Malaga was empty when we visited. It made for a pleasant experience because we were able to take our time admiring the avant-garde work that was being exhibited.  The well curated museum had a very minimalistic approach and the pieces were thoughtful - some were a bit crude (for example, a mannequin with a bucket between her legs, I'll let you infer what was in the bucket yourself), but overall it was inspiring. 

There's also a great shop attached to the museum where I picked up a few things for our new place. Like the museum, there was no one in the shop so the girl working there was watching videos on youtube - this video in particular. If you follow me on twitter, you know I've tweeted about this kid's hilarious singing and ukulele skills, so she and I bonded over our mutual admiration of him and had a good laugh. The internet has made the world so small.

-Mina

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13 comments

  1. Love that last picture of you walking away! You look like you're part of the exhibit.

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  2. i am obsessing over that first photo!

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  3. I love the first photo! I also love that it's all black and white - I love wandering around art galleries when they're empty, so much better when they're crowded and noisy. :) xxxZ

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  4. What an amazing place, I'd love to visit it.

    That kid is the cutest thing ever!


    Camila F.

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  5. All the exhibitions look very interesting. In some of the photos, you both completely blend in!

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  6. Gorgeous photos! It looks like an amazing place to spend the day admiring art!

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  7. This looks so cool and unique! I want to go :) Anyways, I love living vicariously through your blog- it's always great inspiration when planning my next trip!

    hearts and hugs,
    Nina

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  8. Such beautiful photos! Wow. You two fit in perfectly there. :D

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  9. Love the first photo with Alex, so great! Looks like an interesting place!
    Viele Gruesse, Kristina

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  10. what a fun museum. wish we had more stuff like that in vegas!

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  11. i love that first photo of alex.

    that museum looks like fun. do you find that you're reminded of your wedding week when you see modern art in a museum? some of the photos you took look like they could have been from the lacma. :)

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  12. unfortunately only a pile of garbage

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