Several artists have been invited to install in-situ works inside and outside the Bourse de Commerce, to create a dialogue between the architecture and the exhibits.
A rare ensemble of key artworks by African-American artist David Hammons, housed in the Pinault Collection, is exhibited for the first time.
Bertrand Lavier’s work takes over the twenty-four display cases of the Passage, built for the World Fair of 1889, and revisits in each one, some of the major “construction sites” of his work.
Workshops, tours, events
Le Tour de la Bourse de Commerce1h15
With the Cercle card, take part in a programme of free guided tours, specially designed for you.75"
Imagined alongside the exhibitions and the programmes of the Bourse de Commerce and led by mediator-guides or by guest artists, these workshops invite young visitors to train their eye and sharpen their sensibility for contemporary creativity.For 5- to 7-year-olds1h30
to June 6, 2022
A major figure on the contemporary art scene, American sculptor Charles Ray (b. 1953) opens the cultural programme of the 2022, with an exhibition running until the spring
Read, watch, listen
The installation of Horse and Rider
On the night of the 13th to the 14th of December, the sculpture entitled Horse and rider was installed on the Museum’s forecourt.
This work by Charles Ray announces the opening of the first large-scale exhibition devoted to the American artist in France.
Urs Fischer's works is burning!
Before being lit, this ensemble of candles encapsulates mastery, realism, verticality, and virtuosity but over the course of the exhibition, as the candles burn, these values are inverted by the workings of chance and entropy: the sculpture becomes informal, even formless.
"Araki, whose heart exploded with love"
What is particularly remarkable about Araki’s entire visual œuvre [..] is the impression of a free play between the anecdotal or the everyday and the studied pose or composition, between, as it were, his real life and his “artistic life." Simon Baker
From the remains of the ancient grain exchange to the white walls of the new contemporary art museum, from painted decors to shuttered concrete walls, the Bourse de Commerce is revitalized after an exceptional three-year-long renovation project.
The Pinault Collection gathers over 10.000 works that offer a perspective on the art from the 1960s to date.
It presents “Beyond the walls” exhibitions and supports creation through artist in residence programmes.