Located temporarily in the Athens Conservatory, this museum fulfils the capital's long standing requirement for a modern art museum. Since its opening in 2000 it remains true to its mission to showcase the transcultural, experimental and thought-provoking aspects of contemporary international art. In 2014 the National Museum of Contemporary Art moved to its permanent premises at the former Fix brewery. A remarkable industrial building, which is reconstructed in accordance with the edificial and functional demands of the Museum. Its strategic location close to the historic and commercial centre of Athens and the New Acropolis Museum favours the creation of a grand promenade where classic antiquity meets contemporary art. The exhibitions’ catalogues are reasonably priced. The Museum will re-open its doors to the public sometime this year (exact date TBA).
Tue-Sun 11:00-19:00/ Thu 11:00-22:00/ Closed Mon