Exhibition at the Centre Pompidou

The retrospective Walker Evans at the Centre Pompidou: a major exhibition in Paris

The Centre Pompidou, centre of art and culture

Façade du Centre Georges Pompidou © OTCP - Amélie Dupont - Renzo Piano et Richard Rogers

Less than forty years old, but already an icon! Opened in 1977, the Centre Pompidou, often referred to as Beaubourg by Parisians, has become one of the liveliest and most visited attractions in the city. It’s a museum of course, but also a library, a place full of life, and with its multicoloured exterior designed by Renzo Piano, a unique monument in the heart of Paris. Six floors, unusual architecture and a view of the whole of Paris, which visitors love.

With nearly 100,000 works to its name, the Centre Pompidou displays impressive artistic heritage with masterpieces by Picasso, Kandinsky, Chagall, Matisse, Léger … But also numerous contemporary artworks: Boltanski, Buren, Hantai … Ever since it first opened, the Pompidou Centre has also hosted first-class temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.

Following its policy of making art accessible to all, it has opened another site in Metz, with both the building and the programme in line with the original in Paris!

 

Book your skip-the-line undated ticket for the Centre Pompidou and its temporary collections

Monday: 11am-11pm
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 11am-9pm
Thrusday: 11am-11pm
Friday: 11am-9pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10am-9pm.