[Pompidou Center] Le Centre Georges Pompidou
This modern art center was established in 1989, and is currently one of the most popular museums in Paris, and in addition to the many kinds of modern art pieces that are displayed within it, what has drawn even more reaction from visitors that the museum building itself is a work of postmodern architectonic art. Looking from far away, you can immediately distinguish the different functional systems of the building by their colors.
Floors 5 and 6 of the art center is the National Modern Art Museum, and displays the surrealist and cubist artistic treasures of France collected over the last 100 years. I have never had the ability to appreciate these kinds of artworks, but the museum also includes many light and shadow works of art that have always attracted me.
You will definitely want to go to the rooftop veranda, where you can better appreciate the cityscape of old Paris.
People always say that France is a lazy country, but in the early mornings there are already many local city residents that come to the square in front of the Pompidou center entrance to be in the sun, chat, picnic, and often there are a number of artists who come on the streets here to put on small shows. Young artists who are in search of freedom begin on this street, completely unrestrained in sharing their artistic gifts right here.
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The Centre Pompidou Cultural Center consists of four parts: Industrial Creation Center, Public Reference Library, National Museum of Modern Art and Music-Acoustics Coordination Research Institute for people to visit, study and engage. the study. The
Poppedu Cultural Arts Center is located on the right bank of the Seine in Paris, with the Louvre and the Muse d'Orsay and is known as the three major art museums in Paris. The architecture is an anti-traditional model with a post-modern art style, dubbed by the locals as the refinery in the city centre.
The museum has more than 100,000 contemporary and contemporary art collections, such as the works of masters such as Picasso and Duchamp, and is one of the largest collections of modern and contemporary art in the world. The seventh floor features a viewing deck overlooking the panorama of Paris, overlooking the Montmartre and the Sacred Heart Cathedral.
Transportation: Take line 11 to Rambuteau station
tickets: 14 euros
opening hours: 11
Every art student has a Pompidou dream. If you like to watch exhibitions and like art, then you will not feel bored here! Even if you don't like it, the rich artistic atmosphere here will make you amazed! The George Pompidou National Centre for the Arts and Culture is a very fashionable and well-known art exhibition center in France. During the early World War II, Charles de Gaulle repelled Hitler and was born to commemorate this historic moment.
The first time I saw it, I was attracted by its uniquely designed structure. From the outside, there is no complete wall, but the entire staircase and pillars are all exposed on the outside. But in fact, there is a more appropriate saying "high-tech" style, of course, for the girl who loves to take pictures, here is definitely enough for you to pull hatred in the circle of friends! But such an unconventional design was not at all popular at the time, because it was completely different from the architectural aesthetics that Paris admired. Some people have described it as "the refinery in the city center." But in fact, it is indeed a bold design. The whole building is an artwork
There are six floors on the first floor. The first to third floors are art exhibition halls. The exhibition here will be updated for a while. Most of them are modern art, and every floor can see the design of interesting artistic ideas. You can also download a pompidou app with information on the exhibition.
The full name of the Centre for National Culture and Culture (Centre National d'art et de Culture Georges Pompidou). In 1969, French President Georges Pompidou initiated the construction of a modern art gallery to commemorate President Charles de Gaulle, who led France to repel Hitler during the Second World War. Renzo Piano of Italy and Richard George Rogers of the United Kingdom were selected from 681 programs in 49 countries. They were officially started in 1972 and completed in 1977. So the cultural center was named after Pompidou.
In Paris, to see modern art, this is the first choice.
Centre Georges Pompidou is an art complex in the Beaubourg area of Paris. The center is known for its innovative architecture and public art displays. The principle feature of the center is a large building that houses a public library, the French National Museum of Modern Art and a music research center. This striking building was designed by an architecture team lead by Renzo Piano, and is marked by an “inside-out” approach in which all of the traditionally internal piping and venting are housed externally. The center also is home to multiple art installations and water features, which delight locals and tourists every day of the year.