The Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre (NiMAC) is situated within the Old Powerhouse (power station), an exemplary model of industrial architecture that received the prestigious 'Europa Nostra' award in 1994 after its restoration.
At its core, NiMAC aims to promote fine arts in Cyprus, making it the oldest and most significant establishment of its kind on the island. The center boasts a spacious exhibition area where it houses a collection of rare and specialized publications for art enthusiasts. Additionally, NiMAC has been instrumental in showcasing numerous exhibitions featuring modern and contemporary art, often featuring acclaimed artists from both Cyprus and abroad. Many of these exhibitions have been organized in collaboration with prominent museums, art centers, and cultural institutions across Europe and other countries. It is noteworthy that NiMAC shares an association with the Pierides Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens.
The A. G. Leventis Gallery is the realization of a grand vision, born out of Anastasios G. Leventis' desire to establish a public gallery in his homeland. He wanted to ensure that the remarkable art collection he amassed during his lifetime could be appreciated and enjoyed by his fellow countrymen, women, and children.
The Cultural Centre of the Archbishop Makarios III Foundation boasts four distinct art galleries, each showcasing a remarkable collection of art representing various periods of Western-European history. Spanning from the Renaissance to modern times, the galleries proudly display masterpieces from renowned artists alongside Greek and Cypriot treasures.
Following a decision by the Council of Ministers, the SPΕL Building in Old Nicosia will be renovated to function as an annex of the existing State Gallery of Contemporary Cypriot Art on Stasinou Street. The SPΕL Building will host contemporary artworks from the State Collection, starting from the 1950s and onwards, including works that employ non-conventional and new media.
The Limassol Municipal Art Gallery boasts an extensive and diverse collection of Cypriot modern art, comprising more than 600 paintings, sculptures, pottery, and mixed media pieces. These captivating works are exhibited in both an old building and contemporary ground halls.