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Centre Pompidou

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The biggest collection of modern art in europe

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The Centre Pompidou is dedicated to modern and contemporary art, and houses the biggest collection of modern art in Europe. One of the most popular museums in Paris, the Pompidou Center lets you become familiar with the names that have shaped art throughout the 20th century (Picasso, Dali, Man Ray, Matisse), and marvel at the bizarre modern architecture of the building itself. 

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Location
Place Georges Pompidou, 75004
Line 1 - Hôtel de Ville / Châtelet Line 11 - Rambuteau
Line A/B - Châtelet les Halles

Hours
Tuesday : Closed
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Monday : 11:00 am - 22:00 pm Tuesday : Closed Wednesday : 11:00 am - 22:00 pm Thursday : 11:00 am - 22:00 pm Friday : 11:00 am - 22:00 pm Saturday : 11:00 am - 22:00 pm Sunday : 11:00 am - 22:00 pm
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The Biggest Modern Art museum in Europe

The Centre Pompidou, also known as Beaubourg or Centre Georges Pompidou, is a daring, modern and colorful building.
It is most famous for being the largest modern art collection in Europe, including works by Picasso, Dali, Ernst and Braque.
Its unique architecture, with multi colored pipes, is also one of the highlights.
It is therefore a must-see if you enjoy modern art. 

Making the Best of the Centre Pompidou

Make sure you leave your bag at the cloakrooms before going up.
The restaurant “Le Georges” on the top floor is a great place to have a meal, a snack or a drink. The terrace is a great place to enjoy a beautiful view of the Parisian skyline.

Modern and contemporary artists

Modern era (5th floor): You will find works by some of the most famous artists of the modern era (1905 to 1960), such as Picasso, Braque, Kandinsky, Mondrian, Dali, Ernst, and Modigliani.
Contemporary Era (4th floor): the space is exclusively reserved for art created between 1960 and the present such as Pop Art, New Realism, Minimalism, Group Zero, and Conceptualism Art – Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Yves Klein…
The permanent collection changes once every 2 years.

Pipes as architectural highlights

The Centre Pompidou building is a work of modern art in itself, built with all of its “insides” (plumbing, ventilation etc) on the outside.
This attracts a lot of people as its futuristic design contrasts with the traditional Parisian buildings surrounding it.
The square at the foot of Pompidou Centre is a very lively place, and don’t miss the 1983 Stravinsky Fountain, built by Jean Tinguely and Niki de Saint Phalle, with 16 colorful animated sculptures.

History: an area to promote modern art

In the late 60’s, Paris needed a new area to promote modern art. Commissioned by former French President Georges Pompidou, the Centre Pompidou officially opened in 1977.
The 6th and last floor is generally where the temporary exhibitions are held. Many prestigious exhibitions have been held here, including a gathering of fine works by Picasso, Warhol, Dali and Lichtenstein.

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