Founded in 1993, this center aims to promote the best of the current art scene, with special emphasis on contemporary creations, thereby greatly expanding the cultural offerings of Santiago. The Galician Centre for Contemporary Art is now well known for its retrospectives and exhibits of works by such prominent artists as Giovanni Anselmo, Medardo Rosso or Ana Mendieta; it has also addressed the life and works of the greatest representatives of Galician culture in recent decades, such as Laxeiro, Maruja Mallo and Rafael Baixeras. The building itself was designed by Portuguese architect Alvaro Siza, who imbued it with his taste for rationalism and modern architecture. In addition to exhibitions, the GCCA also offers interesting workshops, film screenings, seminars and project spaces with artists.
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