Acquisitions & Donations

The American Friends of the Centre Pompidou supports the Centre Pompidou with significant loans and gifts of art and design. Since 2010, more than 550 works of art valued at more than $50 million have been donated or pledged to the American Friends from a generous group of thoughtful collectors and donors. Please take a moment to browse through some of the spectacular works that are now enhancing the Centre Pompidou collection thanks to our valued friends.

2022

DONATIONS

Yansong Ma MAD Martian Candelabra No.1

Yansong Ma
MAD Martian Candelabra No.1, 2017
MAD010
Brass, Gold Plated
53h x 20w x 18d cm | 21h x 8w x 7d in
Edition of 25 + 2 AP

Yansong Ma MAD Martian Candelabra No.2

Yansong Ma
MAD Martian Candelabra No.2, 2017
MAD009 Brass, Gold Plated
52h x 23w x 22d cm | 20h x 9w x 9d in
Edition of 25 + 2 AP

Zhipeng Tan Lotus Stool

Zhipeng Tan
Lotus Stool, 2016
ZPT018
Brass
65h x 55w x 55d cm | 26h x 22w x 22d in
Edition of 10 + 2 AP

photo forthcoming

A collection of various works from the anti-AIDS collective Boy/Girl with Arms Akimbo including original silkscreens and artwork for posters, 1989-2009 

Marc Chagall maquette de costume pour "L’Oiseau de feu" de Stravinsky: Personnage ailé
Marc Chagall maquette de costume pour l’Oiseau de feu: femme avec enfant
Marc Chagall maquette costume de "LOiseau de feu", dame au chapeau d’église orthodoxe”

Marc Chagall
50 designs, , primarily from 1945, including maquette de costume pour “L’Oiseau de feu” de Stravinsky: Personnage ailé; maquette de costume pour l’Oiseau de feu: femme avec enfant, and maquette costume de “LOiseau de feu”, dame au chapeau d’église orthodoxe”

Carol Rama Senza titolo (Pornografia due)

Carol Rama
Senza titolo (Pornografia due), 1965
Tar, mixed media, and rubber elements on canvas
120 x 160 cm

Carol Rama Senza titolo

Carol Rama
Senza titolo, 1969
Spray paint, ink, glue and plastic caps on paper
54 x 70 cm

Carol Rama Senza titolo

Carol Rama
Senza titolo, 1969
Spray paint, ink, glue, syringes and rubber elements on card
69.3 x 52.9 cm

Pierre Bismuth Biopic-Ed Ruscha

Pierre Bismuth
Biopic-Ed Ruscha, 2014-2021
Affiche monté sur acier inoxydable
190 x 135cm

Rubin Chareau

18 photographic glass plates 18 x 24 cm. corresponding to the reports made between 1928 and 1932 by G. Thiriet, official photographer of Pierre Chareau, concerning the construction site and the development of the property of Dr. Dalsace (known as the Glass House) located in Paris in the 7th arrondissement