The Juan March Foundation was created in 1955 by the Spanish financier Juan March Ordinas with the intention of developing activities in the field of humanistic and scientific culture.

The museum, located in Sant Miquel street number 11 of the city of Palma, was a former seventeenth century manor house known as Can Gallard del Canyar. It hosts cultural events such as temporary art exhibitions, musical concerts and lectures and seminars.

The museum houses a permanent collection that shows the most significant Spanish trends of the twentieth century and we can find works of the most representative Spanish artists of the European avant-garde such as Picasso, Miró and Dalí. You can also see works by artists of half-century as Tàpies, Cuixart, Chillida, Barceló or Oteiza. During the season from September to June are conducted several courses and seminars on art and lectures on special exhibitions or permanent collection. The museum has a library where you can buy exhibition catalogs, art books, original artwork, reproductions and various art objects.




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