Contemporary art on Boulevard Raspail in Paris
Cartier Foundation Paris
The Cartier Foundation in Paris is a creative space for artists and a place where art and the general public can meet.
Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain is dedicated to promoting and raising public awareness of contemporary art.
Since 1994 it has been housed in a glass-fronted building designed by the architect Jean Nouvel.
What to see at the Cartier Foundation in Paris
Each year, the Fondation Cartier organizes an exhibition program based on individual artists or themes, and commissions works by artists, thus enriching an important collection.
In this place where diversity and eclecticism mix, you can admire works by César, Raymond Hains, Alberola, Jean-Charles Blais and Mathew Barney.
It exhibits contemporary art without restrictions of style or discipline, painting, sculpture, video and photography.
Activities at the Cartier Foundation
The Cartier Foundation also organizes the so-called Noches Nómadas , an appointment focused on the art of the show, where live performances are offered.
They also do activities for children.
The normal ticket costs €11 (under 18s: free admission)
Tuesday to Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday open until 10.00 pm
261 Raspail Boulevard
How to get?
Metro: lines 4 and 6, Raspail Station
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