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  1. Kanal Centre Pompidou is museum for modern and contemporary art located in the centre of Brussels, near the Brussels–Charleroi Canal, in the former buildings of a Citroën garage. The definitive opening is scheduled for 2023.

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    The first collection of modern and contemporary art in Europe, exhibitions, shows, debates, activities for children... in a mythical architecture, with the most beautiful view of Paris in its heart Marais-Beaubourg

  3. Centre Pompidou (Paris) - 2021 All You Need to Know BEFORE ...

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    Centre Pompidou is a huge complex housing a modern art museum, a library, a music centre and more. The architecture of the building was enough to draw us to it. It is an amazing structure. You will need several hours to explore what is on offer.

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    • Place Georges Pompidou, Paris, 75004, Ile-de-France
  4. Centre Pompidou - National Modern Art Museum

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    As Europe's largest modern art gallery, visitors can enjoy over 50,000 works of art and masterpieces by Picasso, Duchamp, Ernst and Miró. As the largest and most important museum of modern art in Europe, and one of the most renowned in the world, Centre Pompidou is a must-see attraction when you’re visiting Paris.

    • The Centre Pompidou, Place Georges-Pompidou, 75004 Paris
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  5. Centre Pompidou - Wikipedia

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    In 2019, the Centre Pompidou x West Bund Museum opened to the public, based in a wing of the 25,000 sq ft (2,300 m 2) West Bund Art Museum designed by David Chipperfield. The inaugural exhibitions The Shape of Time, Highlights of the Centre Pompidou Collection and Observations, Highlights of the New Media Collection were curated by Marcella Lista .

  6. Kanal Centre Pompidou - Wikipedia

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    Kanal Centre Pompidou is museum for modern and contemporary art located in the centre of Brussels, near the Brussels–Charleroi Canal, in the former buildings of a Citroën garage. The definitive opening is scheduled for 2023.

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  8. The Centre Pompidou in Paris Will Close for Four Years as It ...

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    Jan 26, 2021 · France’s beloved Centre Pompidou museum will be closed for four years as part of a sweeping overhaul. The museum, which was completed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers in 1977, will be closed to the public at the end of 2023 and will remain shut until the end of 2026.

  9. Pompidou Centre | cultural centre, Paris, France | Britannica

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    Primarily a museum and centre for the visual arts of the 20th century, the Pompidou Centre houses many separate services and activities. Its museum of modern art brought under one roof several public collections of modern art previously housed in a number of other Paris galleries.

  10. 10 Must-See Artworks at the Pompidou Center

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    • Yves Klein, Blue Monochrome (IKB 3), 1960
    • Marcel Duchamp, Fountain, 1917
    • Sophie Calle, Hotel, 1981-1983
    • Otto Dix, Bildnis Der Journalistin Sylvia Von Harden, 1926
    • Louise Bourgeois, Precious Liquids, 1992
    • Andy Warhol, Self-Portrait in Drag, 1986
    • Mark Rothko, Untitled (Black, Red Over Black on Red), 1964
    • Thomas Hirschhorn, Outgrowth, 2005
    • Man Ray, Danger/Dancer, 1917-1920

    According to artist Yves Klein, the aim of art is to capture beauty anywhere it might be, and to reveal it to the world. Klein is known for his involvement in the nouveau réalisme (new realism) art movement of the 1960s, but he also had a huge influence on Minimalism and Pop Art. Here, you can see a large version of his famous IKB (International Klein Blue). Klein developed 200 IKB pieces, mostly in 1960. Klein painted this blue monochrome because this color, for the artist, is filled with sensibility and reminds us of everything that is abstract in nature: the sea, the sky. You’ll get lost in its beauty.

    Quite possibly the most famous urinal in history, this piece by French artist Marcel Duchamp is viewed by many art historians and critics as a major landmark in 20th century art and the birth of the ready-made. Duchamp originally submitted this piece to the Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists in 1917, but its was promptly rejected. In response to this rejection, Duchamp brought the piece to American photographer and art promoter Alfred Stieglitz‘s studio, where Stieglitz displayed and took photos of the piece.

    Founded on autobiographical stories, Calle’s work associate words and pictures. The artist made an inquiry in Hotel, showing how the people renting a hotel room leave the room empty when they’re not in it. By taking the role of a house-keeping lady, Sophie Calle examined for three weeks the traces of sleep and strangers intimacy in a secret transgression.

    This painting by Dix, is representative of the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) wave. This was a German art movement that appeared around 1920, and refers to the German masters of the 16th century, such as Holbeinor Cranach. It brought back to use older technics, such as tempera on wood, and in the choice of the subject.

    Precious Liquids is a closed space that we can physically cross. Inside you’ll find a bed made out of steel, with a small pond of water, a lot of glass objects, a man’s coat, and a little embroidered dress. This artwork, by Louise Bourgeois, is filled with emotion that has to be understood as a place for contemplation or confinement.

    Self Portraits in Drag is actually a series, where Warholdraws from the worship of the American 1980s star-system. Made on the principle of the series, just like the celebrity portraits, these polaroids make the actual features of the artist disappearing under tons of make-up. The purpose of this artwork is to underline the performative nature of identity.

    For Untitled, Mark Rothkostarted from a monochrome base, and saturated the canvas to a point where it loses its material nature. What Rothko called ‘the ground-color’, what we see as the vibrant, imposing background, emerges, according to the artist, as ‘the simple expression of a complex thought’. An icon of the abstract expressionist movement, Mark Rothko explored throughout his artworks, the juxtaposition of material, light and color.

    By using recycled materials, supporter of a DIY aesthetic, Thomas Hirschhorn builds facilities nourished of social and political issues. The content of his work is both emotional and critical. Outgrowthis part of a series of installations aligning pollution by the outgrowth of globes on wall shelves.

    This artwork by Man Ray was actually sold to the Pompidou Center for the small fee of 1 400 000 euros, on April 14th 2003. The work of art is a serigraphy and represents gears that were inspired by the movements of a Spanish dancer that the artist saw on a musical. ‘The title was part of the composition, we read either dancer or danger’ said Man Ray in Self-Portrait.

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