Palacio de Cibeles is one of the grandest buildings in Madrid. You are amazed at how beautiful the architecture is.
Originally the headquarters of the postal service, the building became the Madrid City Hall and also the headquarters of Centro Centro to showcase art, design and culture. There were a number of art exhibitions. One of them, La piel translúcida, showcased contemporary photography. Unfortunately you were not allowed to take any pictures of that exhibition. We discovered a different floor full of amazing modern art and besides one other person, we had the whole area to ourselves. Unfortunately a lot of tourists have no idea what is awaiting them in different floors. It was like a treasure hunt. At every corner something very interesting might have popped up.
Hemp, Werner Aisslinger
“Bon Aprofit”, Clara Balmana Morato
Sin Título Untitled, Alvaro Negro, 2008
Noches de Esperanza, Sandra Cinto, 2008
Terminal, Gil Heitor Cortesao, 2009
Tilted Landscape II, Pedro Barbeito, 2006
Aiinaa, Imi Kenoebel, 2003
Coucher Du Soleil, Adrian Schiess, 2006
Acrylic, Peter Zimmermann, 2008
Sin Titulo Untitled, Herbert Brandl, 2006
Sin Titulo Untitled, Katharina Grosse, 2007
Loose Fit, Angela de la Cruz, 2002