It feels like 798 in Madrid. The slaughterhouse is used to transform a local modern art center. What's better is that the decoration design inside is completely cemented and industrialized. Those who like to visit design exhibitions can come to hunt for wonder~
It’s quite an interesting art center. Although the name is not particularly elegant, it does feel the special features of Spanish culture.
It's no longer a slaughterhouse anymore. What's better is that the decoration design inside is completely cemented and industrialized. Those who like to visit design exhibitions can come to hunt for wonders.
This place is actually quite sensible, there are not many people, almost no tourists, all local people, and many of them come with children, very harmonious. There is not much development here. Many buildings are still idle or abandoned, and only a few are restaurants or exhibition halls, which still have great development potential in the future. If you have time, you can come and experience a different Madrid.
The Matadero Madrid is similar to the 798 Art District in Beijing and the M50 Creative Park in Shanghai. It is an art district built on the basis of abandoned factories. Nowadays, this is Madrid's latest contemporary art creation center. Art exhibitions are diverse, novel and free. It is a must-go for young artists and art lovers.