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CaixaForum Barcelona

The CaixaForum is not just a contemporary art museum; it is classified as a cultural centre and hosts temporary exhibitions, concerts, educational workshops, and art-related films.CaixaForum is an art gallery and museum located near the National Palace on the slopes of Montjuïc hills. It is sponsored by the Caixa banking group, which gave it its name. The current Caixaforum Barcelona building was once an extraordinary industrial building. This place is the crossroad where historical architecture meets modern architecture. 

Why Visit CaixaForum Barcelona?

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  • CaixaForum offers a wide range of attractions with a plethora of events: contemporary, modern art, and contemporary art exhibitions, making CaixaForum one of the brightest and the most vivid places.
  • Exhibitions dedicated to international artists and concerts, film screenings, discussions and lectures.
  • Discover art shows, contemporary literature and contemporary art, multimedia art, and family events are other factors that make the old factory a significant attraction. 

CaixaForum: The Building

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  • The Caixa forum building was conceptualized initially as a textile factory. This building was built by cattle and architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch. 
  • The museum has an ample exhibition space, library, conference room, classrooms, and a restaurant. It is spread over an area of 12,000 square meters and attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists each year.
  • It includes a permanent site dedicated to modern Catalan art, as well as interactive screens for visitors.

CaixaForum Exhibitions

There are many exhibitions that you can see with your CaixaForum Barcelona tickets. The best thing is that you do not need to book different tickets to watch this exhibition, your CaixaForum Barcelona ticket covers all these exhibitions.

Present Exhibitions at CaixaForum Barcelona

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TeamLab - Art, Technology & Nature

This exhibition TeamLab is an immersive, thought-provoking experience. This exhibition is a multisensory delight for the audience. This exhibition explores the connections between modern art, technology and the world we live in. 

The behaviour and acts of the public cause change in the space and forge unique and unrepeatable pictures, a technique of collective creation that offers infinite possibilities.


The Next Mutation

 "The next mutation" focuses on artistic activities that assist us in seeing the world in terms of interconnection and plurality.

The show, curated by Xavier Acorn Wieland and part of the Curatorial Call initiative, challenges us to consider the world as the continuous cooperation of the people who live in it.


Homo Ludens: Video Games to Understand the Present

The exhibition offers a new perspective on the notion of gaming, showing a video-eroded world in which life and games merge more and more every day. 

There are around forty pieces of video games and artworks in an engaging setting that makes the display a joint gaming adventure. 


Joseph Beuys: Permanent Installation

The founding belief of the exhibition is that "every human being is a potential artist." In 1983, Beuys exhibited the installation of Hinter dem Knochen wird gezählt - Schramerzraum at the Konrad Fischer Gallery in Düsseldorf. To do this, he completely transformed the gallery room and covered the lead wall. He placed a lamp around two silver bracelets of slightly different sizes on the wall.



Symphony is an immersive audiovisual experience that offers a journey through sentiments and music to bring classical music to the audience. The spectators are allowed to live and understand classical music sensations with the help of virtual reality technology. Through this extraordinary experience, you will relish the pieces of Beethoven, Mahler, and Bernstein, by the hand of the great conductor Gustavo Dudamel and the more than 100 members of the prestigious Mahler Chamber Orchestra.

Future Exhibitions at CaixaForum Barcelona

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Look, Discover, Remember

Formerly a photo book by a group of young people between 17 and 19 years old, the exhibition encompasses the photographic exploration of these young ones migrating alone from Guinea, Morocco, and Senegal. 

"Look, Discover, Remember" is part of the project "Horizons. Reporting the arrival and connecting with the environment with photography and audiovisuals ”, selected in the 2020” la Caixa ”Foundation's Art for Change call.

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The Magritte Machine

"The Magritte Machine" is an exhibition devoted to the work of René Magritte, the prominent Belgian artist of the twentieth century. Throughout the exhibition, 65 paintings from museums and collections around the world as well as a selection of photographs and home movies made and shot by the artist will be displayed. It will be the first Magritte exhibition in Spain in almost two decades.


The Poetic Grammar of the Hack

The exhibition puts forth how hacking represents new possibilities in the fluid, post-crisis, and post-pandemic landscape. 

"Rats! Rats! Rats!" is an exhibition that examines hacking as a creative act and a symbolic move through a collection of works that span many genres and generations of artists. It examines the poetic nature of hacking as it is an act that gives birth to possibilities. The poetic and political nature of the act is juxtaposed in the exhibition.


Tattoo. Art Under the Skin

The exhibit traces the journey of the art of tattooing from its origin to the present day of its global popularity. More than 240 historical and modern paintings from throughout the world are on display in this show. It is unique in that it includes a score of silicone models tattooed by masters of the craft.


Cinema and Fashion. By Jean Paul Gaultier

The exhibition examines the interactions and influences that occur between cinema and fashion; a creative relationship is examined through the eyes of Jean Paul Gaultier, the show's co-curator and artistic director. Aside from mythomania, this proposal explores the circumstances of production, both for gowns and films, and brings us to concepts such as modernity, the future, and sensuality.


Digest the World Where it is

The exhibition raises the idea of creating systems that allow for the abolition of anthropocentric supremacy and promotes the creation of new ways of life. Likewise, the exhibition brings us closer to the idea of the industry from the different professionals involved in the creative exchange: directors, designers, actors, and actresses.

Interesting Facts About CaixaForum Barcelona

  • The history of this building, built-in 1912 by the modernist architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch, was very eventful. The textile factory, commissioned by the industrialist Casimir Casaramona, was built with great simplicity, with exposed brick and forged iron from the Can Ballarín workshop.
  • However, the Casaramona factory closed its doors only seven years after its inauguration since it went bankrupt after the 1919 strike. Later, it served as a warehouse during the Barcelona International Exposition in 1929, and, as of 1940, It was set up as stables and a mobile park area for the National Police. In 1963 ”la Caixa” acquired the building and commissioned its renovation to turn it into a cultural center. 
  • The recovery and rehabilitation works were carried out by the prominent architects Roberto Luna, the main author of the project; Robert Brufau, responsible for structures; Javier Asarta, head of the restoration; and Arata Isozaki, architect of the new patio and main entrance. The building was inaugurated as CaixaForum Barcelona in 2002. 

Plan Your Visit to CaixaForum Barcelona

Getting there
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  • Monday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
  • The center remains closed on Christmas, While the timings on December 24, December 31st, and January 5 are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Address: Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 6-8. 08038 Barcelona, Spain. Find it on map.

  • Metro: España (Green Line, L3) and (Red Line, L1) . 
  • Sightseeing bus: Get off at the stop named "CaixaForum - Pavelló Mies van der Rohe.”
  • Public bus: Station Avinguda Ferrer i Guàrdia ( bus number 13) .
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There are many facilities at the center. These include: 

● Access to free Wi-Fi 

● Accessibility for the deaf or hard of hearing people and it is wheelchair accessible.

● Touch elements for visually impaired people 

● A sign language facility is provided with prior appointment 

● It is also acceptable for people with mental or intellectual disabilities 

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  • There is a restaurant withing CaixaForum Barcelona: the CaixaForum Cafeteria-Restaurant. You can enjoy a peaceful, comfortable, and delightful ambience. 
  • You can enjoy a good coffee, eat delicious cakes with a scenic view on the terrace or enjoy a lunch from the menu. 
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Visitor Tips

● Visitors should book their Caixaforum Barcelona tickets in advance due to the limited slots. 

● Visitors should wear a mask throughout the tour of the exhibition center to ensure the safety of themselves and their fellow visitors. 

● Visitors should follow social distancing norms laid down by the center for a smooth experience. 

● Visitors should reach 30 minutes before their allotted time slot. 

Frequently Asked Questions About CaixaForum Barcelona Tickets

What is Caixa Forum Barcelona?

Caixa Forum is an art gallery and a social, cultural centre that exhibits modern, contemporary, and ancient art that originated from different cultures. 

Where can I buy Caixa Forum Barcelona tickets for cheap?

You can book the tickets from the official website of Caixaforum Barcelona.

What is the best place to buy CaixaForum Barcelona tickets?

There are many websites available where you can find the tickets for Caixaforum Barcelona.

What can I see inside CaixaForum Barcelona?

You can see art exhibitions, educational workshops, films, concerts, and conferences At the centre.

What are the opening hours of CaixaForum Barcelona?

The opening hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on regular days and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on special days. 

Where is CaixaForum Barcelona?

CaixaForum is located in the Montjuïc area, on Avinguda de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia.

Are there restaurants inside CaixaForum Barcelona?

In the CaixaForum Cafeteria-Restaurant, you can enjoy a quiet, cosy, and delightful atmosphere. SavourII a good coffee with cakes, relax on the terrace and enjoy lunch.

How can I reach CaixaForum Barcelona?

You can take the red or green metro lines to the "Placa Espanya" stop. It is an easy 10-minute walk from there. You can also take the sightseeing bus or the public bus to reach the place.

What are the facilities at Caixa Forum Barcelona?

There is free access to Wi-Fi, accessibility for the deaf, visually impaired, hard on hearing, and mentally disabled people. The tour is also available in sign language with prior appointments. 

Is CaixaForum Barcelona safe to visit?

Yes, it is safe to visit. All the visitors have to follow the social distancing norms, wear masks, sanitize their hands before entry, and the centre is frequently sanitized.


Caixaforum is a must-visit place in Barcelona for art lovers. Don’t forget to book Caixaforum Barcelona tickets in advance.