Palma de Mallorca


Passeig del Born, 27

Phone: 0034 971 722 092
Fax: 0034 971 718 498

Casal Solleric

The Casal Solleric was inaugurated in 1985 as an exhibition and documentation centre for contemporary art. The building is a mid-18th century palace or ‘casal’ located in the centre of Palma whose last owners, the Morell family, wished to convert it into a meeting place for artists and literati.

In 1977 the town council of Palma took charge of the building with the aim of converting it into the city’s future museum of contemporary art. After carrying out reforms to the structure the building opened with 10 rooms for its permanent collection and began to hold temporary exhibitions of artists such as Sorolla, Miró, Tàpies, Pérez-Villalta, Plessi, Millares and Ráfols-Casamada, as well as photographers such as Cristina García Rodero, Toni Catany and Joel Peter Witkin.

In accordance with its interdisciplinary character, Casal Solleric has also housed collective exhibitions of design and comics as well as exhibiting the works selected for the annual photography and painting prize “Ciudad de Palma


MANOLO VALDES. Art on the street
20th July to 22nd October 2007
The exhibition by Manolo Valdés taking place in Palma and that can be visited in different Spanish cities is made up of 17 monumental sculptures, most of which have been specifically created for this project and which alter the daily landscape, developing a strong empathy with the people admiring them.

Art Jove 2007. Design Competition
6th September to 28th October 2007

Art Jove 2007. CooperArt Photography Competition
13th September to 28th October 2007

20th September to 18th November 2007

BERNAT SANSÓ. Ateliers à Paris 1997 - 2007
20th September to 11th November 2007

BOTERO. Una mirada diferente
20th September to 18th November 2007

Previous Exhibitions

FRIDA KAHLO. La Gran Ocultadora
2nd August to 16th September 2007

18th July to 2nd September 2007

17th May to 30th August 2007

Opening hours

Tuesday to Saturday 10:30 to 13:45 and 17:00 to 20:15h
Sunday and public holidays 10:00 to 13:45
Closed on Mondays

Getting there

Passeig del Born, 27
07012 Palma de Mallorca

Tel: (+34) 971 722 092
Fax: (+34) 971 718 498

Museum internal and external photos (2)

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News and events

Starting on 5th July until 6th September 2007 the Town Council of Palma presents at the Casal Solleric its season of movies in original language "From the Point of View of Art. Festivals at the Casal Solleric". This movie festival, that has been taking place for a decade now with great success, shows various styles of movies that, despite being awarded prizes at the main international movie festivals, have not found their way through the commercial movie network.

5th July: "Looking for Alibrandi"
12th July: "Requiem"
9th July: "Offside"
26th July: "Nine lives"
2nd August: "La science des rêves"
9th August: "Grbavica"
16th August: "Brick"
23rd August: "La perrera"
30th August: "Brode"
6th September "Holy Lola"

All movies will be shown on a Thursdays at 22:00 hours.
Free entrance


Activity for families and targeted towards children above the age of 4.
We will be offering guided tours that will turn you into art detectives. During the game you will have to find answers to questions that will help you to discover the hidden aspects of Valdés' sculptures.
Prize: All children participating in this summer's scavenger hunt will take part in a prize draw to be held on 14th September.
Dates: Wednesdays, 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th August and on 5th and 12th September
Time: at 19:00 hours
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Targeted towards summer schools, holiday groups or any other centre offering summer activities
Dates: between the 30th July and 1st September, Mondays to Saturdays
Groups: max. 30 people
Duration: 3 hours and 30 minutes
This activity is combined with a workshop of images in movement. Discover what is hidden behind cartoons and learn more about the singularity of audiovisual language.

Information and registration available as of 2nd May by calling (+34) 971 178 512, Mondays to Fridays from 9:30 hours until 14:00 hours and from 17:00 hours until 20:00