The Museu Colecção Berardo in Lisbon is a new institution devoted to the exhibition of modern and contemporary art.
It came into being through the joint efforts of the Portuguese government and the collector José Berardo, who in April 2006 together decided to create the museum in the space of the Centro Cultural de Belém, a vast building designed by the architects Vittorio Gregotti and Manuel Salgado and built in 1993. The
museum exhibits the collection's core artworks, as well as putting on a number of temporary exhibitions. This itinerary is designed to guide visitors, art lovers and those who are merely curious to the very heart of the collection.
- Features reproductions of rarely seen works by some of the greatest names in modern art, including Picasso, Piet Mondrian, Bruce Nauman, Marcel Duchamp, Roy Lichtenstein and the Chapman brothers.