Wednesday, 1st October 2008 by John Andresen
In the city of León, Spain, you’ll find MUSAC, or rather the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León.
The Castile and León Museum of Contemporary Art opened to the public in April of 2005 and showcases a wide range of visiting contemporary art exhibits; none of which are permanent. What is permanent is the architecture, which is a work of art itself with the dizzying zigzag pattern of the building. To add to the interesting external view of the museum, one side of the building is covered with panes of brightly coloured glass.
Inside the museum, in contrast to the rectangular-shaped galleries at most museums, there are instead large interlocking rhombus-shaped rooms that contain the exhibits.
You can see many more images of both the inside and outside of this museum at the Flickr MUSAC photo pool.
Thanks to bruv.