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Juan March Foundation Museum


The Juan March Foundation Museum in Palma offers a collection of 20th century Spanish works of art, by the most significant artists of the first avant-garde movements (Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Juan Gris and Salvador Dalí), from various movements from the middle of the century and from more recent generations. 

It also has rooms for exhibitions that host, as well as displays of representative artists in the collection, exhibition projects dedicated to contemporary artists and leading modern tendencies and lines of force. The museum also has a studio mainly dedicated to exhibiting graphic work from its collection, especially by Pablo Picasso. 

Located in a 17th century building that was originally planned as a house, the museum was renovated by the architect Guillem Reynés i Font and has hosted part of the collection of the Juan March Foundation since 1990. Expanded and reformed on various occasions, since October 2009 it has been called the