I will begin with standing in the main hall, looking up at the underside of the Burke Brise Soleil.
They sell a postcard of this image, but why buy an postcard when you can do it yourself. I happened to get lucky with a person at the other end of the space, unfortunately, the floor (unlike the postcard) needed to be polished.
Round Elevator from the bridge entrance.
Round Elevator from inside.
Afternoon sun shining in the West Galleria.
West Galleria between the beams.
Same shot, earlier with different angle.
East Galleria and it's shiny floor.
East Galleria looking towards the entrance to the regular collection.
Person on bench in East Galleria.
Different person, different angle.
Looking up at the West Galleria from the lower level.
Light-well East Galleria.
Oh, and they have art too! Really good art!
This was the first time I have had the opportunity to visit MAM, and I was quite impressed, not just with the Calatrava wing, but the collection itself. It was quite simply, amazing. They have a fantastic collection of 20th century art, covering a very broad range including fine examples of Pop Art, New Realism, Minimalism, Post Minimalism, Contemporary Art, and a lot more. The trip was so very worth it, even if the temp on Saturday never exceeded 3 degrees.