Timings : Wednesday - Monday : 11 AM to 10 PM
Entry Fee : General Admission : EUR 14
The hub of art and culture in the city of Paris, Centre Pompidou is a multicultural complex with a museum, library and art galleries, hosting exhibitions and performances along with guided tours and events. It is a high-tech architectural space designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers and named after former French President George Pompidou.This space has been devoted to the modern and contemporary art styles of the world and houses the most extensive contemporary art collection in the world. The Musée National d'Art Moderne is the place of primary interest here, with exhibitions organised every year based on varied themes and monographs.
Established in France in 1977, Centre Pompidou is home to the Public Information Library, the IRCAM which is a music and acoustic research centre and the National Museum for Modern Art in France which attracts an array of art enthusiasts. The Centre also includes the Kandinsky Library and the Brancusi's Studio in its collection, where both form an essential part of the modern art culture. The museum yearly hosts' art exhibitions dedicated to the contemporary artists and is a portrayal of the centre's perfect blend in terms of modern architecture, design, photography and art. The architecture of this centre often piques the interest of visitors with its 'inside out' feature, which is considered to be a landmark in architectural history.
Open Wednesday - Monday : 11 AM to 10 PM
Closed on Tuesdays
Exhibitions on level 6 : Open till 11 PM on Thursdays
Open Wednesday - Monday : 2 PM to 6 PM
Closed on Tuesdays
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