The Reina Sofia Museum is eager to engage with the Multitude Art Prize (MAP) project, since it coincides with our concern with emerging cultural forms and artistic practices in the wider contemporary geopolitical context. The Reina Sofía Museum considers MAP as a relevant contribution to the issues which the L’Internationale network is addressing and will support the proposed programme of lectures and debates."
Manuel Borja-Villel, Director, Museo Nacional VCentro de Arte Reina Sofia


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Museo Reina Sofía

The Reina Sofia is the Spanish National Museum of Contemporary Art. It opened its collections in 1992 with a unique selection of works by both Spanish and international artists, having as its central focus Guernica, the famous icon against violence painted by Pablo Picasso during the Spanish Civil War. The Reina Sofía Museum also offers an intense programme of temporary exhibitions and public activities and holds a Contemporary Art Library and Archive, as well as a Research and Education Centre. The Reina Sofia is concerned with the redefinition of the public sphere in contemporary societies as well as with the new roles of culture and its institutions.