The Art Mill Museum is Qatar’s future museum of international modern and contemporary art developed by Qatar Museums in Doha. Due to open in 2030, the museum will transform an industrial flour mill site on the Corniche, forming a triangle with the existing Museum of Islamic Art and the National Museum of Qatar.
In 2016, an international architecture competition awarded this architectural project to the Chilean studio ELEMENTAL, led by the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Alejandro Aravena. A public garden will be designed by VOGT Landscape Architects, led by Günther Vogt.
The Art Mill Museum will house exceptional collections started 40 years ago with multidisciplinary works of great diversity, dating from 1850 to the present. It will present painting, sculpture and photography, as well as architecture and design, films and film props, fashion, crafts, and much more. A pioneering institution in the non-Western world, it will represent the modern and contemporary arts of all regions of the globe on an equal basis, engaging local and international audiences alike through multiple narratives of art history. The site will also include a creative village.