Designed by the Portuguese architect Alvaro Siza in 1993, The Galician Centre for Contemporary Art (CGAC) is the most high-profile image of signature architecture in Santiago de Compostela. The building, with its clean angles and planes, aims to reflect Galicia's mystery by means of indirect light. The gallery hosts displays of the work of artists from recent decades. In addition to exhibition space, the CGAC is a dynamic, multidisciplinary centre where lecture series are hosted, workshops led by artists, as well as activities in the field of music, performing arts and film.
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