Centre Pompidou

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Centre Pompidou
Place Georges Pompidou
75004 Paris
Venue Type: Museum
June 27th - October 29th
June 20th - October 15th
June 15th - August 27th
June 15th - August 27th
May 30th - September 3rd
Acquisitions récentes du Cabinet d'Art Graphique
Dove Allouche, Karel Appel, Pierrette Bloch, Nicolas de Staël, Per Kirkeby, Paul Klee, Maryan, Henri Matisse, Francis Picabia, Eugen Schönebeck
May 30th - September 3rd
Jean-Jacques Lebel
May 30th - August 27th
May 25th - January 7th, 2019
Open hours
Wed-Mon 11-9; closed Tuesdays and May 1 (ticket office closes at 20h, exit exhibition spaces from 20.45).
+33 (0) 1 44 78 12 33
Gallery type
10 euros (low season); 12 euros (high season)

The Centre national d'art et de culture Georges Pompidou was the brainchild of President Georges Pompidou who wanted to create an original cultural institution in the heart of Paris completely focused on modern and contemporary creation, where the visual arts would rub shoulders with theatre, music, cinema, literature and the spoken word. Housed in the centre of Paris in a building designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, whose architecture symbolises the spirit of the 20th century, the Centre Pompidou first opened its doors to the public in 1977. After renovation work from 1997 to December 1999, it opened to the public again on 1 January 2000, with expanded museum space and enhanced reception areas. Since then it has once again become one of the most visited attractions in France. Some 6 million people pass through the Centre Pompidou's doors each year, a total of over 190 million visitors in its 30 years of existence.