François Pinault exhibits in the Bourse du commerce, this exceptional setting, part of the riches of his collection of works of contemporary art.
An art lover
A great art lover, François Pinault has acquired more than 10,000 works over the years, building a collection that is among the most highly rated in the world. Paintings, sculptures, videos, photographs, sound works, installations… The artists whose works François Pinault collects come from all countries and represent all generations, with a predilection for emerging trends. This set, dedicated to art from the 1960s to the present day, offers a subjective look that attempts to help capture the era. Valued until then in the prestigious Palazzo Grassi in Venice, it takes up residence in an exceptional building, which was successively a corn exchange from 1763 to 1873, then a stock exchange from 1889 to the end of the 20th century.
A collection in motion
The collection is presented through a dynamic program and regularly renewed temporary exhibitions: thematic exhibitions based on works from the collection, exhibitions devoted to artists present in the collection, but also carte blanche, specific projects and commissions. The Bourse de Commerce — Pinault Collection offers ten exhibition spaces including the Studio, dedicated to sound and video works, and more free forms, mediation spaces, but also an Auditorium hosting conferences, meetings, screenings, concerts and events. Open to all audiences Open to all audiences and all artistic disciplines, to works that have already made the history of contemporary art as well as to the most emerging artists, the Bourse de Commerce
A new life
Pinault Collection welcomes connoisseurs as well as discoverers and the curious. It offers them an opportunity to open up to art and the history of contemporary art, whatever their level of relationship to creation or their experience, whatever their expertise and understanding of the works. A new life for the building, remnant of a circular Halle au Blé arranged in the center of one of the most important Parisian housing estate projects of the 18th century, covered with the first large-span iron and cast iron dome of the early 19th century .
2 rue de Viarmes 75001 Paris
Full price €14 / reduced price €10 and free according to the conditions of reductions and free admission.
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