Musée Picasso Paris

Published by Elodie D. · Published on 6 July 2014 at 11h19 · Updated on 11 December 2014 at 19h13
Musée Picasso Paris has been inaugurated on 25 October 2014. Located in the 3rd arrondissement the Hôtel Salé and its 3,800 square meters house the largest public collection of Pablo Picasso's work which consists of over 5,000 works of the master and 150 works of French artists Picasso bought throughout his career.

Musée Picasso Paris is brand new: after undergone work for three years during which National monuments architects refurbished Hôtel Salé's 34 rooms, Musée Picasso's permanent collection is about to extend! In October 2014 Musée Picasso set in three rooms of the building but there was talk to use the Hotel's 34 rooms, namely the whole Hotel, enabling to add new works and display over 5,000 paintings.

Furthermore we have been lucky enough to rediscover a wide part of Pablo Picasso's own collection featuring 150 works of French artists such as Cézanne, Renoir and Matisse as well as more than 150,000 private documents unveiling the Spanish artist's daily life and his exile in France during the Francoist period.

This substantial work is the perfect opportunity to publicize the collection. Musée Picasso Paris' visits were limited in 2008 and the museum closed. Then the artist's works have been exhibited all around the world attracting millions of onlookers into European museums.

Practical information:
Website: Musée Picasso Paris
Address: 5 rue de Thorigny, 75003 Paris
Opening Times: 10:30 am to 6 p.m. Tuesdays to Fridays, 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays to Sundays
Rates: €12.50 regular price, €11 reduced price, free for people under 26, handicap visitors and for all visitors the first Sunday of every month

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5, rue de Thorigny
75003 Paris 3

-26 ans, chômeurs, handicapés et le 1er dimanche du mois: Free
tarif normal: 11 €

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