Málaga is a birthplace of Pablo Picasso and his hometown has erected a monument with a colourful cube right on the water. The exceptional exterior of the building is a perfect match for the collection inside: modern and contemporary exhibits borrowed from the Pompidou Center in Paris.
On my walk, through Málagas charming city centre and down to the port I saw colourful glass plates named Cubo, flooded with light. Málaga owes its charm to a large part of its tapas and beaches, but also culturally the city has a lot of more impetus since the opening of a branch, Paris Center Pompidou.
The museum offers fantastic exhibits, all of which were borrowed from the Center Pompidou in Paris. These include self-portraits of Frida Kahlo and Francis Bacon, Picasso's hat with flowers, René Magritte's rape, and contemporary works, including the conceptual artist Sophie Calle and the multi-talent Bruce Nauman.
The Pompidou Center in Málaga, with a wide range of paintings, sculptures, installations and films, will provide you with interesting insights and inspiration - just the right thing is to go to the beach for a swim or enjoy a cocktail at sunset.