New Vision of Contemporary Collections in Centre Pompidou

Tuesday, September 4, 2018
New Vision of Contemporary Collections in Centre Pompidou

The contemporary collections have been newly rehung. Rooms devoted to individual artists or distinctive themes offer insight into the key moments in the contemporary art of the last forty years.

Image: Bruce Nauman’s Dream Passage With Four Corridors (1984)

The contemporary collections have been newly rehung. Rooms devoted to individual artists or distinctive themes offer insight into the key moments in the contemporary art of the last forty years.

Punctuating the progress from the late 1960s to today are series of major installations from Dubuffet’s Jardin d’hiver(1969–70) to Ben’s Magasin de Ben (1958–73), from Agam’s Salon (1972–74) to Marcel Broodthaers’ Salle blanche (1975), from Guy de Cointet’s Tell Me(1979) to Monika Sosnowska’s Rubble (2006–8), from Beuys’s Plight (1985) to Bruce Nauman’s Dream Passage With Four Corridors (1984), from Louise Bourgeois’s Precious Liquids (1992) to Reinhard Mucha’s Das Figur-Grund Problem… (1985), and from Franz West’s Auditorium (1992) to Mike Kelley and Tony Oursler’s Poetics Project (1977–87). Particular attention has been given to French work in all disciplines.

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