And it has reborn… Paris Palais de Tokyo announced to reopen to visitors from May 22, in compliance with President Macron's announcements as for the reopening of museums when he presented the phase 2 of the lockdown exit scheme, detailed this past April and subject to the improvement of the health situation.
So far, even though curfew is to be progressively lifted until June 30, the museum adapts its opening hours and now opens from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The occasion to discover starting from May 22 to October 24, and for free, the carte blanche given to Anne Imhof, Natures Mortes, an exhibition questioning "one’s perception of what is alive and what is not and underlining the contractions that happen between these two states of the being and the matter” like the artistic genre dear to many artists, Cézanne included.
In the meantime, you can also enjoy or rediscover the Anticorps exhibition - available online - inspired by the health crisis, inviting us to dive into the heart of your body, in every artistical sense of the word. This is the occasion to get back on track while we wait until we can go to museums again. Let us save the date, friends, shall we?
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 22 May 2021
Palais de Tokyo
13, avenue du président Wilson
75116 Paris 16
Métro ligne 9 station "Iéna" ou Alma-Marceau"
Tarif réduit: €9
Plein tarif: €12
Ouvert tous les jours sauf le mardi de 10h à 20h
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