Pompidou museum visit

WHAT YOU’LL DO

Skip the long lines to see art by Picasso, Dix, Ernst, and more
Learn more about abstract and expressionist art at the Pompidou Centre
See the world’s largest collection of contemporary art
Discover how to appreciate abstract paintings such as Malevich’s Black Square
Admire the Portrait of a Journalist Sylvia von Harden by Otto Dix

OVERVIEW

Discover the world’s largest collection of contemporary art on a 2-hour tour of the Pompidou Centre in central Paris. Skip the long lines to navigate the diverse styles and expressions of artists such as Pollock, Picasso, Dix, Duchamp, and more.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Discover a treasure chest of modern and contemporary art at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, and experience the city’s 3rd most important gallery after the Louvre and Orsay Museum. Start with an explanation of the building, itself a piece of avant-garde art.

Then, skip the long lines, and follow your guide through the chronological and thematically arranged complex. Marvel at art from the early 20th century to the present day, learning about abstract art and how to place it in its proper context to appreciate it more.

SOME OF THE WORKS OF ART WE’ll VISIT

Il Ritorno di Ulisse (Ulysses’ Return) by Chirico, La Ville No. 2 by Robert Delaunay, and Rose Sélavy by Duchamp. Otto Dix’s challenging Portrait of a Journalist Sylvia von Harden, Max Ernst’s collage Ubu Imperateur and much more.

MEETING POINT

Meet your guide at the Stravinsky Fountain on Rue Brisemiche, 75004 Paris. Your guide will be carrying a red tote canvas bag.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Tour operates rain or shine. Every tour (especially out of the city excursions) can be done by a car, a van, a mini bus, or in case of a large group (+20 people) a bus.

Category

Museum visits

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Pompidou