Centre Pompidou reopens

Published by Rizhlaine F., Elodie D., Laurent P. · Photos by Elodie D. · Published on 3 July 2020 at 13h50 · Updated on 3 July 2020 at 13h50
The verdict is here, Centre Pompidou is reopening on July 1, 2020. Covering 75,000sqm and welcoming 3.27 million visitors every year, the cultural monster in Paris is back.

As Paris museums will gradually reopen from mid-June,Centre Pompidou will come back on July 1, 2020. The museum presents the first contemporary and modern art collection in Europe and is a true giant in the Parisian cultural life with its 75,000sqm premise.

If the reopening date to the public is set on July 1, patrons and members of the Parisian museum will enjoy an early opening from June 26th, 2020.

Before confirming the reopening date, Centre Pompidou already unveiled a new calendar of its exhibitions wishing to give pride of place to "an adjournment logic that would support performing artists [...] subject to decisions made by the competent authorities for the reopening of the major cultural places and conditions to work".

As for health mesures, a pre-reopening by late June is planned for employees and subscribers to test them in real life, and eventually adjust them. "Our goal is to make the smoothest visit possible, a delightful tour, happy, that changes with what we have been through these past weeks" the museum director, Serge Lasvignes, explains to Reuters. Facemaskonline bookingindicated tour and traffic way... As many measures implemented to keep you alll safe and healthy.

We also learn that the big retrospective devoted to Christo - expected to open right before lockdown - will open as soon as the museum reopens and until October 19, 2020. 
As for the Matisse exhibition, said to debut on May 13th, it is postponed to October 21, 2020.

In the "Galerie 3", the "Phase Shifting Index" exhibition by Jeremy Shaw currently running will be extended up to July 27, 2020. It will be followed by an exhibition devoted to Martin Barré starting October 14, 2020. As for the "Global(e) résistance", it well run until January 2021.

As for performing arts, the debate of ideas and movies, Centre Pompidou says they have been "thinking about a program for September and deciding to face new issues set by the current crisis to all forms of creation".

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
Starts 1 July 2020



    Place Georges-Pompidou
    75004 Paris 4

    Métro ligne 11 station "Rambuteau"

    Tarif réduit: 11 €
    Plein tarif: 14 €

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    Ouvert tous les jours de 11h à 21h sauf le mardi.

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