Marbella’s Ralli Museum is located at the very heart of Costa del Sol, on the beautiful avenue that joins Marbella and Puerto Banus. Opened in 2000, it contains one of the most important Latin American art collections in Europe.
The museum is devoted to the dissemination of contemporary Latin American and European art. Highlights of its collection are the works of artists like Wilfredo Lam (Cuba), César López Claro (Argentina), Leopoldo Torres Agüero (Argentina), Antonio Seguí (Argentina), Roberto Matta (Chile), Herman Braun-Vega (Perú), Mario Aguirre (Mexico), Víctor Quiroga (Argentina), Marc Chagall (Russia), Joan Miró (Spain), Salvador Dalí (Spain) and Giorgio de Chirico (Italy).
naugurated in 2000 by Mr. Harry Recanati and his wife, Dr. Martine Recanati, the museum boasts ten spacious exhibition halls where visitors can enjoy its huge collection of Latin American contemporary artists, together with works of great European masters, in particular Dalí and Miró.
Out sculpture collection includes some sculptures by the Mexican artists Mario Aguirre and Gerardo Quiroz, as well as by the Spanish artist Eduardo Soriano, among others.
The exhibited paintings, which are a paradigm of the contemporary artistic movements, have been chosen for their artistic quality, irrespective of the fame of the authors or its market quotation. The main goal of the museum is to allow the visitors to enjoy the exhibited works with absolute freedom and privacy, being part of a unique and unforgettable experience, following the dream of Mr. Recanati.