The late works of Francis Bacon, produced beween 1971 and 1992, reflect the painter's new literary influences, from Georges Bataille to Friedrich Nietzsche. The Centre Pompidou is devoting a new major retrospective to this huge figure of modern art. Francis Bacon depicts a disillusioned and divided world through powerful paintings on violence and madness. His monumental triptychs inspired by religious painting mark the climax of this not-to-miss exhibition.
Prices and times
Prices and times
From 11am to 9pm. From 11am to 11pm Thursday. Closed on Tuesday
€14. Reduced price: €11
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Place Georges Pompidou
Subway - Rambuteau
RER - Châtelet - Les Halles
Bus - 21, 29, 38, 58, 69, 70, 72, 74, 75, 76, 85, 96
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
- Loan of wheelchairs
- Free admission for disabled visitors on presentation of proof
- Free admission for the accompanying person
Free entry for disabled visitors and their accompanying person, excluding the cinema and shows (reduced price applicable).
- Physical disability: entry via the corner of Rue Saint-Merri and Rue du Renard to avoid the access slope at the main entrance, all of the floors are accessible by elevator. Loan of wheelchairs available upon presentation of an identity card.
- Visual impairment: 'Ecouter voir' audio description tours
- Hearing impairment: magnetic loop option at the ticket office, cinema, tours in French Sign Language or for easy lip reading, audio guides with magnetic loop option.
- Mental disability: Workshops for group visits supervised by staff trained in neuro-pedagogy.
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'Tourisme & Handicap' marked establishment
- 'Tourisme & Handicap' mark
- For hearing disability
- For mental disability
- For physical disability