The Castile and León Museum of Contemporary Art (aka MUSAC) is one of the most unique buildings in León, Spain, and that’s really saying something. Based on a cuboid design by architects Emilio Muñón and Luis Moreno, this 21,000 sq. meter marvel explores meeting points between art and architecture through a contemporary viewpoint.
The building’s large exhibition area is home to a truly diverse selection of art and architecture projects in different mediums. Pay a visit soon and you’ll encounter an exhibit called Primer Proforma 2010 – an experiment that displays how space can be altered as the result of an artistic experience. To do this, a group of artists and 15 volunteers will mix painting, sculpture, performance and other mediums in an ever-changing display that honors creative practice. For more information on the museum, click here.
Photo credit: MUSAC
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