Galería Out of Africa Sitges

Sitges Museums have reopened to the public

The cultural heritage of Sitges is oustanding: the art and tradition are still alive in its streets. Maricel Art Museum opened in 1970, the Chapel of the Trinity of Sitges, protected as a Cultural or Romanesque Museum Can Llopis, also declared of cultural interest, are clear examples of the old town of Sitges.

Sitges invites you to enjoy art:

MARICEL MUSEUM: A complete artistic itinerary from the tenth century to the realism and figuration in the first half of the twentieth century through the art collections of Dr. Jesús Pérez-Rosales and Villa in Sitges. Different languages, techniques and artistic media are mixed together in order to achieve maximum consistency in the timing of the development of the arts.

CAU FERRAT: The Cau Ferrat Museum founded it in 1893 the artist Santiago Rusiñol as home and studio and became a public museum in 1933. It contains collections of ancient art collected by the artist as well as modern art with works by Rusiñol, Casas, Picasso R. Pichot, Mas i Fontdevila, Zuloaga, Enric Clarasó, Manolo Hugué, Pau Gargallo among others.

OUT OF AFRICA GALLERY: Organizer of the first Sitges Path Art (Sitges Weekend Art),in this gallery you can find works by European artists inspired by Africa, and emerging African artists.

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