Musée d’art contemporain d’Eivissa
The museum is located in an emblematic 17th-century building in the Dalt Vila, the historic quarter of Ibiza. Its collections contain an outstanding representation of the artistic creativity that emerged on the island in the 1960s, and works by artists of the stature of Tàpies and Miralles, among others, as well as by lesser-known artists, natives or residents of the Balearic Islands. There is also an important collection of engravings. The museum has a beautiful garden and organises many temporary exhibitions
A bare and somewhat desolate stretch of rocky headland on Ibiza’s south-west coast has been transformed into a tourist spot and place of international interest due to the creation of contemporary art installation Time and Space. The Sculpture was commissioned by Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte and created by Australian artist Andrew Rogers. It is often referred to as Ibiza Stonehenge due to its similarity to that iconic British Landmark.
The philanthropic mission of Art Projects Ibiza and Lune Rouge is to contribute culturally to the island through a pioneering program of exhibitions with both established and emerging artists. The intersecting organizations are interested in developing a rigorous educational schedule of events for Ibiza’s residents while simultaneously becoming a cornerstone for international art in Spain. Different activities related to the exhibitions are initiated throughout the year, remaining open to the public with the exception of noted holidays.