about

The Centre Pompidou opened in 1977 and the museum moved into the new building, today considered an emblematic 20th-century building, designed by architects Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers. The building extends over 10 floors of 7 500 m2 each, providing: 12 210 m2 for the display of the collection of the musée national d’art moderne; 5 900 m2 for temporary exhibitions and 2 cinemas (315 and 144 seats). At present, the Centre Pompidou welcomes some 3.5 to 3.8 million visitors per annum.

architect/s

Renzo PianoRichard Rogers 

Cy Twombly

30. Nov 2016 24. Apr 2017
  • 19. Nov 18. Jan 1982
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