Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp  

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The Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen (commonly abbreviated as MuKHA, translates as Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp) is the contemporary art museum of the city of Antwerp, Belgium. It is one of the most important art museums in Belgium. The museum holds a permanent collection of contemporary art from Belgian and international artists, an arthouse cinema and an important library of books on contemporary art.

The architect responsible for the creation of the museum from an old grain storage space (1987) was Michel Grandsard who also designed the extension of the museum (1997). The director of the museum since 1992 is Bart de Baere.

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