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Centre Pompidou visits

Guided audio tours through the exhibitions and permanent collection.

Exhibition « Georgia O'Keeffe »

This podcast invites you to discover the life and work of Georgia O’Keeffe, following the eight sections of the exhibition, and through the comments of Anna Hiddleston-Galloni and various quotes of the artist. 

Production: Celia Crétien
Writing and voice: Anna Hiddleston-Galloni, associate curator at the Musée national d’art moderne
Voices (quotes): Claire Olivier, Darrell Di Fiore
Editing: Antoine Dahan
Mixing and recording: Ivan Gariel
Sound design: Sixième son
Musical excerpts: George Gershwin, Rhapsody in blue; Rachmaninov, Symphony No. 3 in A minor, Op. 44; Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orchestra, Jubilee Stomp; Indiens Pueblos, Deer Dance; John Cage, Dream; Ellis Paul, Georgia O’Keeffe from The Hero In You (Ellis Paul Publishing 2012, Sharon Teeler Publishing)


Exhibition "Baselitz. Retrospective"

This podcast invites you to an immersion in the life and work of Georg Baselitz. Discover the exhibition through a storytelling including focuses on works by Pamela Sticht and various quotes of the artist. 

Production: Clara Gouraud
Writing: Clara Gouraud and Pamela Sticht, associate curator at the Musée national d’art moderne
Voices: Claire Olivier and Florian Hutter
Editing: Maxime Champesme
Mixing and recording: Ivan Gariel
Sound design: Sixième son
Musical excerpts: Intabolatura de lauto: Fantasia No. 30 by Francesco da Milano interpreted by Paul O’Dette; Magnificat septimi toni by Costanzo Festa, interpreted by Huelgas Ensemble and Paul Van Nevel; So What de Miles Davis; Musik im Bauch by Karlheinz Stockhausen interpreted by Les Percussions de Strasbourg; Étude sur les mouvements rotatoires by Ivan Wyschnegradsky interpreted by Sylvaine Billier, Martine Joste, Gérard Frémy, Fuminori Tanada and Fernand Vandenbogaerde; GDR anthem interpreted by Großer Chor des Berliner Rundfunks 


Exhibition "Ettore Sottsass. The Magic Object"

Visit the "Ettore Sottsass. The Magic Object" exhibition and hear what the artist has to say about his relationship to magic, the cosmos, space and life.

 

In French.

Writing, mixing and recording: Delphine Coffin
Sound design: Sixième son


New circuit in the collections

#PompidouVIP

As cornerstones of the Centre Pompidou, the VIPS, or Very Important Pieces, have been created by artists with unrestrained, passionate personalities, and unique life experiences.
This podcast features conversations between a journalist and a guide, for you to enjoy a special moment, as you contemplate each masterpiece. 


Voyage en éloquence au Centre Pompidou

Avec pour objectifs de favoriser la découverte de l’art moderne et contemporain à travers le parcours VIP et de développer la prise de parole par la médiation des œuvres, ce podcast met les élèves du programme « Éloquence » au contact des collections du musée, guidés par les conférenciers du Centre Pompidou et les animateurs de l’association Eloquentia.
Ce programme pédagogique avec des élèves de CM1-CM2 du nord de Paris leur a permis de s’approprier les œuvres, de prendre confiance en eux et de développer leur écoute et leur esprit critique.

Production : Centre Pompidou en partenariat avec les Audioblogs d’ARTE Radio
Réalisation : Mathilde Guermonprez
Mixage : Charlie Marcelet, ARTE Radio 
Design musical : Sixième Son
Avec la participation des élèves de CM1-CM2 de l’école Dorléac B à Paris, William Drummond, Vincent Lauilhé et Julie Maya-Perez et Jacqueline D’Ormesson


In the Centre Pompidou's Pipes

Today the Centre Pompidou gives itself over entirely: discover its architecture, with its framework, piping and colours, but also its history, the issues at stake and the players involved in its birth.  

Script and editorials: Alexandra de Bouhellier, Delphine Coffin 
Sound realization: Nuits Noires (Jérémie Nicolas, Rémi Sève et Julien Tort)
Sound-engineer for voices: Ivan Gariel – Voices: Laurie Bellanca, Julien Campani, David Guez 

With the participation of: Lamri Bouaoune (Painter), James Caritey (Paper Document Mounter), Eric Galliache (Framer), Léo Garion (Joiner), Arnaud Jung (Lighting Technician), Franck Péquignat (Director of Transit Reserves), Lucille Royan (Sculpture Restorer)
Musical extracts: London Calling, The Clash – Archives: Manifestation au Quartier latin, 8 mai 1968, Journal les actualités françaises, source INA 


View of Paris

From the 5th and 6th floor of the Centre Pompidou and its breathtaking view, embark on a humorous and suspenseful investigation of Paris and its monuments.

Follow Detective Maxwell and his faithful assistant Marconi and discover the history of famous Parisian places. 

Text: Pierre Senges

Production: Laure Egoroff

Voices: Laurent Lederer, Philippe Magnan