Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain | Exhibition

Trees Member

from 12 July 2019 to 05 January 2020

261 boulevard Raspail - 75014 Paris

Montparnasse - Alésia - 14e Arrondissement

Nous les arbres


The exhibition Trees at the Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain brings together the work of artists, botanists and philosophers telling of the bonds they have formed with trees. Recent scientific research has found that trees are the oldest living beings on the planet and has discovered real 'plant intelligence'. Accompanied by installations of drawings, paintings, films, photographs and other works of art from all over the world, you can explore a new vision of environmental issues and the relationships between humans and nature.


All public

Prices and times

Tuesday to Sunday, 11am-8pm

€11 - €7 (reduced price)

Methods of payment

  • CB/Visa
  • Eurocard/Mastercard
  • Amex

Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain

The Cartier foundation for contemporary art, which opened in 1994, is located on Boulevard Raspail in the 14th arrondissement of Paris. The stunning glass building designed by architect Jean Nouvel blurs the boundary between interior and exterior space. The foundation hosts major contemporary art exhibitions, both themed and specially commissioned, in a variety of media (photography, painting, video, fashion, live shows) as well as special events known as Soirées Nomades (Nomadic Nights). Round off your visit with a foray into the garden, a work of art in itself, created by artist Lothar Baumgarten.

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Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain

261 boulevard Raspail
75014 Paris
Tel.. +33 (0) 1 42 18 56 50

  • Subway - Raspail
  • RER - Denfert-Rochereau
  • SNCF - Gare Montparnasse
  • Bus - 38, 68, 88, 91

Offer adapted to disabled visitors

  • Physical Physical

Access facilities

  • Free admission for the accompanying person

Accessibility information

Street level entry. Lifts to access different floors.

By type of event: Exhibition

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