The Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Arts was created in 1990 to endow to Andalucía of a place for research, dissemination, promotion and preservation of contemporary art. In 1997 the Monastery of La Cartuja of Santa Maria de las Cuevas of Seville became the headquarters of the Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art.
The Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art is located in the Monastery of La Cartuja
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In 1986 the Government of Andalusia began the task of restoring the Monastery trying to maintain their previous appearance but adapting to changing times. In 1989 the Monumental Complex of the Cartuja of Seville was created and in 1992 for the Universal Exposition of Seville and was endowed the center with new facilities for exhibitions, becoming with the passing of the time the headquarters of the center.
Currently the Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art is a cultural center where there are multiple combinations of acts such as workshops, seminars, courses, conferences, concerts and exhibitions. Inside the library we find more than 16,000 works relating to contemporary art, including catalogs, leaflets, posters, publications, music library, library and video library.
The Andalusian Contemporary Art Centre is open all year except non-Bank Holiday Monday and on days 1 and 6 January, 18 April, 1 and 30 May, 19 June and 8, 24, 25 and 31 December.
Entrance fee: 3’01 €
(1.80 € to visit the monument or the temporary exhibitions)
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