A rare ensemble of key artworks by African-American artist David Hammons, housed in the Pinault Collection, is exhibited for the first time.
- FoyerTarek Atoui
- Gallery 5Kippenberger / Krewer / Schütte
- In situIn-situ works
- Gallery 7Tabouret / Cheng / Yiadom-Boakye / Doig / Dumas / Serpas / Marshall
- SalonMartial Raysse
- Gallery 6Tuymans / Cahn / Oba
- PassageBertrand Lavier
- StudioPierre Huyghe
- Medici ColumnPhilippe Parreno
- Gallery 2David Hammons
- Gallery 4Rudolf Stingel
- Gallery 3Journiac / Wilson / Levine / Sherman / Prince / Lawler
- RotundaUrs Fischer
The first space that can be visited at the Bourse de Commerce is the Salon, displaying a work by Martial Raysse, Ici Plage, comme ici-bas (2012)
Dedicated to photography, the gallery on the first floor presents a selection of series and ensembles from the 1970s to 1990, bearing witness to a number of zealous, quasi-militant approaches, exploring notions of identity, gender and sexuality.
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"
Read, watch, listen
NeM Architects: “Today, we no longer demolish old buildings, we reuse them!”
Lucie Niney and Thibault Marca, from the agency NeM Architectes, talk about their work on the renovation of the Bourse de Commerce and its transformation from former stock exchange to a museum of contemporary art.
Martin Bethenod: “Contemporary art is one of the most fascinating fields for a museum”
Martin Bethenod, Chief Operating Officer of Bourse de Commerce, talks to us about programming at the Bourse de Commerce — Pinault Collection, as well as his personal vision of contemporary art.
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.