Centre Pompidou

  • Centre Pompidou

  • Centre Pompidou

    Place Georges Pompidou
    75004 Paris
    T.+33 (0)1 44 78 12 33
    www.centrepompidou.fr


    Everyday except Tuesday from 11 am to 10 pm
    Thursday until 11 pm

  • Exhibitions

  • Name Anat (Slider 2 blocs, image right)

    • David Hockney, Retrospective

      21 Jun. 2017 > 23 Oct. 2017

      The Centre Pompidou is to present the most comprehensive retrospective ever devoted to the work of David Hockney. Its celebrates the artist’s 80th birthday, retracing his entire career through more than 160 works (paintings, photographs, engravings, video installations, drawings and printed works), including his most iconic paintings (swimming pools, double portraits and monumental landscapes) and some of his most recent creations.

      In collaboration with London’s Tate Britain and the Metropolitan Museum of New York
    • André Derain, 1904 – 1914 : La décennie radicale

      4 oct. 2017 > 29 jan. 2018

      The Centre Pompidou is presenting « André Derain 1904 - 1914. La décennie radicale » (The Radical Decade). Its takes a fresh look at the work of this major 20th century artist, tracing the various stages of his career before the First World War, when he was involved in the most radical avant-garde movements. Some remarkable groups of work have been brought together for the exhibition: his 1905 summer pieces painted in Collioure; a series of London scenes, and his very large dance and bather compositions.
    • Modernités Indiennes

      18 oct. 2017 > 19 mar. 2018

    • Nouveau parcours au musée, Nouvelle présentation des collections contemporaines

      20 sept. 2017 > 31 dec. 2017

    • Prix Marcel Duchamp 2007

      Maja Bajevic, Joana Hadjithomas et Khalil Joreige, Charlotte Moth et Vittorio Santoro

      27 sept. 2017 > 8 jan. 2018

      To mark the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2017, the Centre Pompidou is to stage a group show of the four finalists : Maja Bajevic, Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, Charlotte Moth, and Vittorio Santoro. This annual event is organised in collaboration with the Association pour la Diffusion Internationale de l’Art Français (ADIAF). Maja Bajevic, Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, Charlotte Moth and Vittorio Santoro have all created new work for the occasion. Pursuing their respective investigations, they explore the image, the poetics of the archive, the hidden genealogies of objects and words.
    • Nalini Malani

      18 oct. 2017 > 8 jan. 2018

      The Centre Pompidou present Nalini Malani works from 1969-2018, including her latest painting series All We Imagine as Light and the site responsive Wall drawing/Erasure Performance Traces. Apprehending Nalini Malani’s work from both a non-chronological and a thematic angle, the exhibitions tackle the various concepts underlying her œuvre : utopia, dystopia, her vision of India and of the role of women in the world. The result of the Partition of India in 1947 has had a life long traumatic effect on Malani's family, whose experiences as refugees continue to inform her art practice. Her explorative investigation of female subjectivity and her profound condemnation of violence - in its insidious and mass forms - is a constant reminder of the vulnerabilities and precariousness of life and human existence.
    • Cosmopolis, Collective intelligence

      18 oct. 2017 > 18 dec. 2017

    • Harmony Korine – Restrospective

      6 oct. 2017 > 5 nov. 2017

    • Elina Brotherus, Carte Blanche PMU 2017

      27 sept. 2017 > 22 oct. 2017

    • Bernard Lassus, Jardin monde

      24 mai. 2017 > 23 oct. 2017

      The Centre Pompidou is paying an unprecedented tribute to the visual artist and landscape architect Bernard Lassus. A room is devoted to his work in the museum’s modern collection circuit, while the « Jardin monde » (world garden) is on show on the south terrace (level 5). This artificial garden created for the Centre Pompidou with the support of VINCI Autoroutes can be visited freely. It invites the museum’s visitors to immerse themselves in the poetic world of Bernard Lassus, and explore the contemporary issues of the art of landscaping.

In Paris during FIAC

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