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This museum offers a small collection of art worth checking out. It does not take more than a half hour to see the entire exhibit on both levels. The work spanned media sources from traditional wood sculptures to paintings to mixed media collages. Much of...More
Small but excellent art museum featuring well-mounted paintings and large sculptures by Mozambican artists. Each work is labelled with name of artist, title (in Portuguese, but usually understandable), when born, and when the piece was created. Two floors.
This is a fascinating visit if you are interested in Mozambican history. All works are by Mozambican artists and are of the highest quality. There is a range dating back from pre-independence, war of independence, civil war and contemporary (not much contemporary but there is...More
The National Museum of Art is the main Mozambican reference on the development of national arts. This Museum was created in 1989 in order to respond to the need for preservation, education and appreciation of the artistic wealth of Mozambique. The National Art Museum has...More
I am not really into arts, but I must say that I really did enjoy myself at this museum. Had me wondering what was going on in the minds of the artists who created these arts. Great for the family, friends, etc... Pets are not...More
I like to go her once in a while to just wander about in solitude and take in the artistic interpretations of the war-torn years. For this is mainly a collection of works by an older generation of artists, many not with us anymore, that...More