Museum online

The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum and the Modern Art Centre presents a range of proposals for exploring its collections. Through virtual tours, photographs and films, but also through new readings and through the eyes of the curators, you can experience both a panoramic and a more detailed view of the works in the collections. A selection of masterpieces is also available in the Art in a Minute section and on Google Arts & Culture.

Virtual tour 360º – Gulbenkian Collections

The virtual tour is a unique opportunity to (re)discover the Museum, allowing you to visit the various galleries without leaving home. Explore the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, one of the most important private collections of international art, and the Modern Arte Centre, the most complete collection of Portuguese art from the 20th century.

Curators’ Choices

During the remodelling works of the Modern Art Centre, the curators who work closely with this fantastic collection reflect on a selection of works by national and international artists.

A Collection of Stories

Calouste Gulbenkian’s collection is like a storybook that we can read in different ways. Curious facts about important collectors and art dealers, trips through various continents and a visit to the ‘hôtel Gulbenkian’ are some of the reasons for revisiting the Museum’s vast collection.

New Readings, New Perspectives

At times more personal, at times more academic, conservators, curators, artists and researchers present new readings on works from the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum and the Modern Art Centre.

Google Arts & Culture

The Gulbenkian Collections are also available on this platform, which features museums from all over the world. Take a closer look at hundreds of pieces and explore the stories conceived exclusively for Google Arts & Culture.

Art in a Minute

60 works, 60 seconds. Launched by RTP as part of the 60th-anniversary celebrations of the creation of the Gulbenkian Foundation, these videos present some of the masterpieces of the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum and the Modern Art Centre.