A museum dedicated to contemporary art
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until January 17, 2022

Rudolf Stingel

Rudolf Stingel, Untitled (Paula), 2012
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“What is painting?”
This question and three monumental paintings by Rudolf Stingel open the section on painting, which explores the theme of the human figure.

until July 1, 2022

In-situ works

Ryan Gander, I... I... I…, 2019.
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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.

until July 1, 2022

Philippe Parreno

Philippe Parreno, Mont Analogue, 2001-2020.
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At the top of the Medici Column, Philippe Parreno’s light installation "Mont Analogue" (2001-2020) flickers. It has been specially redesigned for the opening of the Bourse de Commerce.

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Upcoming exhibitions

From February 16
to June 6, 2022
Exhibition

Charles Ray

Charles Ray, Boy with frog, 2009
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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

Charles Ray, Boy with frog, 2009
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From December 8, 2021
to June 30, 2022
Exhibition

Stan Douglas

Stan DOUGLAS Luanda-Kinshasa, 2013
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After the presentation of Pierre Huyghe’s musical and visual installation Offspring as part of the new Pinault Collection museum’s exhibition Ouverture, the video installation by the Canadian artist Stan Douglas is presented in the Studio of the Bourse de Commerce.

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Stan DOUGLAS Luanda-Kinshasa, 2013
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From December 8, 2021
to June 30, 2022
Exhibition

Nobuyoshi Araki 

Nobuyoshi ARAKI Shi Nikki (Private Diary), 1993
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After the presentation of series and bodies of work from the 1970s and 1980s in the new museum’s Ouverture exhibition, the series Shi Nikki (Private Diary) for Robert Frank (1993) by the Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki is presented in Gallery 3 of the Bourse de Commerce.

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Nobuyoshi ARAKI Shi Nikki (Private Diary), 1993
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“Architecture as a hyphen between the past and the present, where heritage and contemporary creation converse”. Tadao Ando

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. 

La Bourse de Commerce
Intro

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.

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In the collection
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Jeff Koons, Hanging Heart (Red/Gold), 1994-2006
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Jeff Koons, "Hanging Heart (Red/Gold)", 1994-2006