Cubism is a movement that defines the 20th century and continues to inspire artists today. There is something about the forms and the break from convention that remains captivating. There is, therefore, no doubt that the current exhibition at the Centre Pompidou will prove to be a hit with many in Paris’ art scene.
The show brings together the work of many of the best names in Cubism and showcases them side by side. There are giant, intricate canvases from masters such as Picasso, as well as sculptures from those like Duchamp. There are 300 pieces in total across the exhibition space, making this an impressive collection of some of the finest pieces of the movement. The idea is to allow visitors to view them chronologically – following the progression of the concepts and processes at work. This should all mean that this is an enlightening exhibit for those keen to follow in these footsteps.
The show continues until February 25th.
Curator : Mnam/Cci, B. Léal, A. Coulondre, C. Briend
From October 17, 2018, to February 25, 2019
Opening hours and days:
Every day from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Closed on Tuesdays
Place Georges Pompidou
€14 Museum & Exhibition ticket
€11 reduced rate