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Accrochage de la collection permanente (de 1905 à 1960)

17 Mar 2010 - 21 Feb 2011

The event is over

"Ritornante", Giorgio de Chirico, 1918

The Museum is dedicated to modern and contemporary art and covers two levels with a regular turnaround of works on display.Contemporary collections: elles@centrepompidouFor nearly a year now, level 4 has hosted a thematic exhibition entitled elles@centrepompidou, dedicated to women artists. In 2010, the exhibition received a new boost with the hanging of 120 new works and 35 artists. This second version offers the public several new large scale or spectacular installations, some thirty new artist books and presents some new acquisitions. Modern collections: new hangingLevel 5 is dedicated to modern art from the beginning of the 20th century till the 60's. After a period when the museum will be closed (from February 17th to March 16th) for re-hanging, the new exhibition of the modern collections will be partially opened to the public from March 17th.The visitor can explore the historical period (1905-1945), where the main movements of the early 20th century are displayed - cubism, the birth of abstract art, Dada, the first surrealists -alongside monographic collections (Picasso, Léger, Delaunay, Le Corbusier).April 7th will see the full opening of the new hanging including the part consecrated to post-War art up to the 1960's, in the different fields making up the Museum's collection - drawing, photography, cinema, design and architecture. This will feature abstract and surrealist art after 1945, the new French realists and American neo-dadaists, kinetic art, as well as European design and architecture.

"Ritornante", Giorgio de Chirico, 1918


17 Mar 2010 - 21 Feb 2011
11am - 9pm, every days except tuesdays