|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Interesting, but also strange. I never really understood the point of the art, you know, modern art! But it was worth a visit
Great space for exhibition. Unfortunately most pieces lack the description or captions to engage visitors. Needs a lot of improvement.
Interesting exhibits at a fairly reasonable price. I found the permanent exhibitions focused the artists from Nice especially engaging, if a bit obscure. Some of the temporary exhibits were too unintelligible for me to understand or appreciate.
Disappointing. Almost no painting. For conceptual expositions not enough attention was given to the lighting. Instead of exhibiting the works they seem to be simply put in a space at a random order.
I not understand this contemporary art. In a beautiful place. Good view from the top. But composition... I not like and don't understand how it can cost so much.
10 euro entry and some of the workers are really helpful, others are really cantankerous. The current main attraction seems to be a pile of rubbish in a floor with self indulgent ideologies. However the resident artist on the second floor has some white good work and some good ideas, but as with everything art is subjective so no doubt people will have polar opposite views to mine. There is a lift, smells of piss, across from the main entrance for pushchairs and wheelchairs
Great exhibition which includes some famous artists from Nice such as Yves Klein. Well worth a couple hours look.
Not great when compared with other modern art galleries across Europe. We went to get out of the sun which it was great for, otherwise I wouldn't really suggest going unless you're REALLY into your art. Save your pennies and head to the Matisse gallery instead (or head to London and go to the Tate Modern...)
Strange ‘art’ but each to their own I guess!! A well thought out museum in terms of walking around the spaces and seeing the exhibitions and some interesting pieces. Worth going with the €10 pass.
I am not particularly into modern art. This museum had a number of quite frankly strange exhibits. In particular Liz Magor's selection of everyday items. That being said all in all it was quite interesting.
Not the best for just casual viewers of contemporary art, in my opinion. There's not many pieces you can just enjoy for their appearance, which is what I usually enjoy at modern art museums. Instead, you might need to be able to understand and interpret the art a bit better than average to really appreciate what this museum has to offer. Still, I enjoyed myself enough to make the trip worthwhile.
This was a good place to go simply because we had seen a lot of other landmarks and museums that Nice has to offer; however, I should note that contemporary art isn’t usually my thing. I found a lot of the permanent collection to be strange, like a regular broom up against a white wall. I don’t really enjoy that kind of thing. But there were a few pieces I really found interesting. Is it a must-see? No. But if you’re looking for something extra to do, I would go.
The work of Klein is really beautiful and worth seeing. But the rest of the museum is.... Hard work. Not very inspiring. And for 10€ entry free I'd expect clean, functional toilets.
I visited this fantastic museum 2 weeks ago and I can say that's a interesting place to spend a little time. Here you can find everything about modern arts. I suggest you to go there if you can!
4 floors full with stupid installations. A time completely wasted. They call it art, I call this garbage. If you cannot make art you can always shock people with something... Anything... I came here just after I visited the Matisse museum. Well... From heaven to hell.
Very rude staff. They claimed we have already been in the museum and wouldn’t let us in, since apparenly you can enter only once per 24h. We came there earlier only to the entrance and turned around said will come back later (didn’t even buy tickets that time). After a bit of arguing they eventually let us in. 15min before the museum closes they told us it is now closed and we have to leave immediately. The exhibition is nice, well worth a visit and good value!
Clearly not the best museum of modern art that have had the opportunity to visit, but a nice museum anyway, featuring a lot of artists having actually worked in Nice. Citizens of Nice can have a free card made there that will give them free entry to a lot of museums in Nice (you have to prove you live in Nice). Tourists will have to pay for the 10€ museum pass, which gives you 24h to visit as many of the included museums as you can muster (no reentry in the same museum, though).
Yves Klein was so inspiring that I decided to visit the exhibition for a second time. Unfortunately, it turned out that my 7-day ticket may only be used ONCE in each museum in Niece! Also, the security personnel were overreacting and got alarmed as soon as my daughter was 1 metre close to exhibits. This is different to the very open attitude in other modern art museums.