Mucbe produces and coordinates this exhibition, whose main aim is to show the public the most relevant Iberian archaeological remains to have been found in the different sites around the town. These findings comprise a historical period between 7BC and 2BC, with most belonging to this civilization’s period of greatest glory in 5BC.
In hall 9 on the first floor of Mucbe you can see a permanent exhibition of part of the Peiró Coronado collection. This hall is exclusively reserved for visitors to enjoy the pictorial legacy that this artist has left us.
The exhibitions show you different aspects of Peiró’s life as a painter; photographs of his childhood, his studio, his work, personal letters to intimate friends who influenced his paintings so much, as well as catalogues and press cuttings of his first exhibitions.
There are two aspects to the temporary exhibitions which are programmed this year. On the one hand there are commemorative exhibitions or those from well-known artists such as Antoni Miró, Salvador Dalí, Joan Fuster…
And on the other hand, Mucbe is open to those artists or groups of artists who apply to exhibit their work, therefore throughout the year there will be a variety of subjects.
Furthermore, both at MUCBE and the Gothic building temporary works which are repeated every year can be seen, such as the Painting Competition, the Photography Competition, the Pardoned Fallas Figure Exhibition (the figure which is not burned), work dedicated to Easter week or the poster for the Patron Saint Festival.