Cultural Institutions

Centre Pompidou

Centre Pompidou

The Centre Pompidou – home to one of the largest Modern and contemporary art collections in the world – hosts symposiums, festivals, performances, and screenings. This rich program makes the Centre Pompidou an institution both deeply rooted in its local scene and open to a global audience.

On view during the fair
September 7 – January 2 : 'Gérard Garouste'
October 5 – January 16 : 'Alice Neel'
From October 20 : 'Evidence', Patti Smith & Soundwalk collective
October 19 – March 6 : 'Giuseppe Penone, dessins'
October 6 – 23 : 'MOVE' Festival

Musée d'Orsay

Musée d'Orsay

The Musée d’Orsay showcases artistic creation of the Western world from 1848 to 1914, in all its forms: painting, architecture, sculpture, decorative art, and photography.

On view during the fair
October 18 – January 15 : 'Rosa Bonheur (1822-1899)'
September 20 – January 23 : 'Edvard Munch. Un poème de vie, d’amour et de mort'

Palais de Tokyo

Palais de Tokyo

An untamed rebel with the air of a Palace, an anti-museum in permanent transformation, the Palais de Tokyo has kept Paris on its toes since 2002. It is a place in which to learn, experience, feel, and live: a place from which the unexpected springs forth.

On view during the fair
October 19 – January 8 : 'HUMPTY \ DUMPTY' Cyprien Gaillard

Musée de l'Orangerie

Musée de l'Orangerie

The collection of the Musée de l’Orangerie showcases exceptional pieces of 20th-century art, such as the panoramic Water Lilies (1914-1926) by Claude Monet, or the collection of Paul Guillaume and Domenica Walter, with works by Renoir, Cézanne, Soutine, and even Modigliani.

On view during the fair
September 28 – January 16 : 'Sam Szafran (1934-2019). Obsessions of a painter'
'Mickalene Thomas with Claude Monet'

Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac

Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac

The Musée du Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac aims to promote the arts and civilizations of Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas – at the crossroads of multiple cultural, religious, and historical influences – creating a space for scientific and artistic dialog.

On view during the fair
'Les Black Indians de la Nouvelle-Orléans'

Musée d'Art Moderne de Paris

Musée d'Art Moderne de Paris

The collections of the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris feature works from all major artistic movements since the beginning of the 20th century. The museum exhibits exceptional in situ works of art such as the first two versions of Matisse’s Dance (1909-1910) and Raoul Dufy’s masterpiece The Electricity Fairy (1937).

On view during the fair
'Zoe Leonard Al rio/To the River'
September 23 – February 12 : 'Oskar Kokoschka. Un Fauve à Vienne'

Jeu de Paume

Jeu de Paume

The Jeu de Paume is an arts center and exhibition space dedicated to all forms of mechanical and electronic imagery (photography, film, video, etc.). It produces and coproduces exhibitions, film programs, symposiums, seminars, and educational activities, and publishes printed works.

On view during the fair
October 11 – January 29 : 'Renverser ses yeux. Autour de l’arte povera, 1960 - 1975 : photographie, film, vidéo'

Musée national Picasso-Paris

Musée national Picasso-Paris

For its quality and scope, as well as the range of art forms it encompasses, the collection of the Musée national Picasso-Paris is the only public collection in the world to present Picasso’s completed works along with a precise record of the artist’s creative process.

On view during the fair

April 16 – December 31 : 'New masterpieces. La dation Maya Ruiz-Picasso'
April 16 – December 31: 'Maya Ruiz-Picasso, daughter ofPablo'
September 13 – January 29 : 'Farah Atassi'

Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain

Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain

At once a creative space for artists and a place where art and the general public can meet, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain is dedicated to promoting and raising public awareness of contemporary art.

On view during the fair
July 3 – November 6 : 'Mirdingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori'

Petit Palais

Petit Palais

The Petit Palais, built for the 1900 Universal Exhibition by architect Charles Girault, became the Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris in 1902, and displays a stunning collection of paintings, sculpture, furniture, and objets d’art dating from antiquity up to 1914.

Musée Yves Saint Laurent

Musée Yves Saint Laurent

The Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris exhibits the couturier’s body of work on the legendary premises of his former house of haute couture, alternating between retrospective displays and thematic temporary exhibitions.

On view during the fair
October 14 – May 14 : 'GOLD'

Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature

Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature

Thanks to its original museography, and through its exceptional and constantly growing collections of ancient, Modern, and contemporary art originally assembled by the museum’s founders, the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature ‘exposes’ the relationship between man and animal from antiquity to the present day in two private town houses in the Marais.

On view during the fair
'Carolein Smit'

Lafayette Anticipations

Lafayette Anticipations

Lafayette Anticipations is a public-interest foundation structured around activities that produce and support contemporary creation. It provides diverse artists unique, made-to-measure conditions in which to produce, experiment, and exhibit.

On view during the fair
October 19 – January 8 : 'HUMPTY \ DUMPTY' Cyprien Gaillard

Fondation Pernod Ricard

Fondation Pernod Ricard

The identity of the Fondation d’entreprise Pernod Ricard is shaped by the people who infuse it with life, every day: artists, curators, authors, intellectuals… Convinced that art provides a path to freedom and to living together better, the foundation promotes all forms of artistic creation and aims to make art accessible to all.

On view during the fair
September 6 – October 29 : 'Horizones - 23ème Prix Fondation Pernod Ricard'

Giacometti Institute

Giacometti Institute

The Giacometti Institute, located in the Montparnasse district where Alberto Giacometti lived and worked for the entirety of his career, is home to the artist’s reconstructed studio as well as temporary exhibitions and a Modern art reference library.

On view during the fair
'Alberto Giacometti / Sophie Ristelhueber. Legacy'

Musée des Arts Décoratifs

Musée des Arts Décoratifs

Boasting nearly 800,000 pieces, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs (MAD) collection is worldwide one of the most important. It features an unrivalled panorama of the history of furniture, glass, ceramics, gold and silverware, jewelry, design, textiles and fashion, graphics and advertising.

On view during the fair
July 6 – January 22 : 'Shocking! Les mondes surréalistes d'Elsa Schiaparelli'

Palais Galliera

Palais Galliera

The Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris, housed in the Palais Galliera, recounts a history of fashion from the 18th century to the present day and gives the public the opportunity to discover different approaches to fashion, between artistic creation and socio-cultural phenomenon, as well as to discover its major figures.

On view during the fair
September 15 – March 5 : 'Frida Kahlo, beyond appearances'

Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Collection

Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Collection

The Bourse de Commerce-Pinault Collection, a restored historic building transformed into a museum, creates a unique dialogue between heritage and contemporary creation. Open to all disciplines and to all audiences, the Pinault Collection offers a committed, singular and constantly renewed look at the art of our time.

On view during the fair
June 22 – January 2: 'Une seconde d’éternité'
October 14 – January 2: 'Anri Sala'
October 14 - January 30 : 'Boris Mikhaïlov, At Dusk'

Fondation Louis Vuitton

Fondation Louis Vuitton

Driven by its mission to serve the public, the Fondation is committed to making art and culture accessible to all. To promote the arts both nationally and internationally, it hosts temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, presents works held in its collection, commissions artists to create site-specific pieces, and stages events across the cultural spectrum.

On view during the fair:
October 5 – February 27: 'Claude Monet – Joan Mitchell. Dialogue et rétrospective' and 'Open Space #10 – Lydia Ourahmane'

Frac Plateau Île-de-France

Frac Plateau Île-de-France

The Fonds régional d’art contemporain (Regional Collection of Contemporary Art) supports contemporary art creation through enriching and exhibiting its collection, a program of exhibitions and events, and publicity initiatives.

On view during the fair
September 22 – January 10 : 'Energies' Judith Hopf

LE BAL

LE BAL

LE BAL is an independent platform for exhibitions, publications, ideas, and education, centered on the contemporary image in all its forms: photography, video, film, and new media. Its educational center, La Fabrique du Regard, aims to train young people in and through imagery.

On view during the fair
October 11 – January 29 : 'Renverser ses yeux. Autour de l’arte povera, 1960 - 1975 : photographie, film, vidéo'

Collège des Bernardins

Collège des Bernardins

The Collège des Bernardins is a multidisciplinary space at the crossroads between science, theology and art.

CENTQUATRE-PARIS

CENTQUATRE-PARIS

The CENTQUATRE-PARIS is a space dedicated to artists residencies, production and diffusion. It gives access to the whole range of current arts, of all disciplines, across a firmly popular, contemporary and challenging program. It is an atypical place, surrounded by shops and restaurants, and offers free spaces for artistic practices and early childhood activities.
On view during the fair
Until January 29 : ‘Foire Foraine d'Art Contemporain’

Palais d'Iéna

Palais d'Iéna

The Palais d'Iéna is home to the headquarters of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council of France. Opened in 1937, this building is the architectural chef d'oeuvre of Auguste Perret. Usually close to the public, it hosts an art exhibition once a year.

Cité internationale des arts

Cité internationale des arts

The Cité internationale des arts is an artists’ residency that brings together artists in the heart of Paris, and allows them to implement a creative or research project in all disciplines.

POUSH

POUSH

POUSH is an innovative structure dedicated to contemporary artistic practices. In addition to studio spaces, POUSH offers artists educational programs in areas such as artistic direction, production, and communication, as well as administrative, legal, and fiscal support.

National Ceramics Manufactory and Museum of Sèvres

National Ceramics Manufactory and Museum of Sèvres

Since 1740, the Sèvres ceramic manufactory and its museum have been preserving, enriching, and revealing a material and immaterial heritage unlike any other in the world. Sèvres celebrates a passion for porcelain, and the respect for ancestral techniques and the beauty of timeless works of art.

Centre des monuments nationaux - La Conciergerie

Centre des monuments nationaux - La Conciergerie

Vestige of the Palais de la Cité, former royal residence, the Conciergerie is a place that became unique through its history as well as its exceptional ensemble of gothic rooms built in the 14th century.

Institut Suédois

Institut Suédois

The Institut Suédois is the only cultural centre of its kind outside Sweden. Art, design, cinema, music, literature… It promotes Swedish culture via a multi-disciplinary and mainly contemporary program. In parallel, the permanent art exhibition reflects Franco-Swedish relations over the last centuries. By working in continuous collaboration with French and Swedish cultural partners, the Institut Suédois aims to use its program of events to raise important questions for the society of tomorrow.

Fondation Fiminco

Fondation Fiminco

The Fondation Fiminco settles in an exceptional industrial zone in Romainville, at the gates of Paris, in order to make it a new creation space dedicated to artists from all around the world and open to all.