The Fran Daurel Museum houses over 300 works by different internationally-renowned artists from a wide variety of periods and styles that chart a journey through contemporary Spanish art through a unique exhibition. It comprises a wide range of trends and media with over 80 world-famous artists from different generations, such as Picasso, Miró, Dalí, Tàpies, Barceló or Chillida. Paintings, sculptures, drawings or ceramic pieces, ranging from abstraction to figuration and which move between informalism, expressionism, surrealism, hyper-realism and conceptual art.
The museum is made up of 2,500 m2 of permanent exhibition rooms, a room for temporary exhibitions and an auditorium. All rooms aim to offer an overview of contemporary art through a single exhibition so that visitors can use their time at Poble Espanyol to discover the great artists of modern times.