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When fashion enters the Musée

24 January − 22 April 2024

Centre Pompidou


Kevin Germanier, "Alien brodé", pièce unique
© Kevin Germanier, 2023. Photo : © Laurent Delhourme, Centre Pompidou, décembre 2023
Modèle : Mathilde Cartoux

After “Yves Saint Laurent in Museums” in 2022, the Centre Pompidou invites Laurence
Benaïm to continue the dialogue between art and fashion by formulating a chromatic
and conceptual conversation between designer profiles and works from the Musée National
d’Art Moderne’s collection. The aim is to celebrate the body in motion and its intimate
relationship with clothing and space in an exhibition that lauds the powerful connections
between fashion and artistic creation.
From Christian Dior to Iris van Herpen, from Azzedine Alaïa to Thebe Magugu, from Jean-Paul
Gaultier to Issey Miyake via Chanel and Charles de Vilmorin, the exhibition includes
17 models and traces the lines of correspondence between fashion and artists, both modern
and contemporary. Elective affinities, shared obsessions… in each case, a profile that
reinvents anatomy through trompe-l'oeil or protheses engages in dialogue with a work
or artistic current. It is a journey into the formal imagination of fashion designers and offers
a new take on the Centre Pompidou’s collection.

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Copyright Text : Centre Pompidou


A New Contemporary Art Museum in the Heart of Paris

Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection

Tadao Ando Architect & Associates, Niney and Marca Architectes,

Agence Pierre-Antoine Gatier

Photo Marc Domage

A New Step in François Pinault’s Cultural Project


The Bourse de Commerce —Pinault Collection, a new museum in the network of sites and initiatives developed since 2006 by François Pinault, will open its doors in the spring of 2021, in the heart of Paris. The Bourse de Commerce will offer a glimpse of the collection of contemporary works that François Pinault has built up for over forty years, through a programme of exhibitions and events. As a new Parisian museum, in which this assemblage, which is unique in the world, can be seen, understood, and appreciated, the Bourse de Commerce, restored and transformed by the architect Tadao Ando, with Lucie Niney and Thibaut Marca of the NeM agency and Pierre-Antoine Gatier, opens up an original dialogue between heritage and contemporary creation. Further Information


Copyright Text: The Bourse de Commerce —Pinault Collection (CLAUDINE COLIN COMMUNICATION)