Contemporary Latin American art experience, together with surrealist and classic art.
The museums are located in a 40,000 square meter park. The first Caesarea Ralli Museum exhibits mainly Latin American and Spanish paintings and sculptures. The second museum exhibits 16th to 18th century paintings depicting biblical themes.
The Punta del Este Ralli Museum is located on Los Arrayanes Street, in the very heart of the beautiful Beverly Hills neighborhood. It boasts one of the most important collections of Latin American art in the world, as well as works by renowned European artists.
Marbella’s Ralli Museum is located at the very heart of Costa del Sol, on the beautiful avenue that joins Marbella and Puerto Banús. Opened in 2000, it contains one of the most important Latin American art collections in Europe.
The Harry Recanati Foundation is a private non-profit institution whose main aim is to acquaint the public with the quality of contemporary Latin American art. The first Ralli Museum was founded in Punta del Este (Uruguay) in 1988; the second museum in Santiago (Chile) in 1992; the third one (Ralli 1) in Caesarea (Israel) in 1993; the fourth museum in Marbella (Spain) in 2000; and the fifth museum (Ralli 2) in Caesarea in 2007. The Ralli Museums house one of the most important collections of contemporary Latin American art in the world.
All Ralli museums are open to the public free of charge.