CENTRE POMPIDOU

  • Centre Pompidou Paris

    The Centre Pompidou also known as the Musée National d’Art Moderne, is the largest museum for modern art in Europe. It is named after Georges Pompidou, the President of France from 1969 to 1974, who commissioned the building by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers. Officially opened on 31 January 1977 by President Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, the Centre Pompidou and its exhibitions had over 3.7 million.

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  • Centre Pompidou-metz

    The Centre Pompidou-Metz is the Centre Pompidou’s sister institution. In a building designed by architects Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines, it presents a multidisciplinary program aimed at every sector of the public and inspired by the spirit, the know-how and the values of the Centre Pompidou. It holds temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, drawn from the Centre Pompidou’s collection. Every field of creation is present, from the visual arts to architecture, including design, dance, theatre and music. The museum caters for a broad public and runs special youth programs.

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  • Bibliothèque Kandinsky

    The Kandinsky Library (Bibliothèque Kandinsky) is the documentation and research centre of the MNAM-CCI. It is one of the leading libraries specialized in the arts, and all fields of the visual arts are represented. It contains a rich collection of books by artists, private archives and 20th century manuscripts originating from collectors and also major artists. The Kandinsky Library is open to researchers with appropriate credentials.

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