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Centre Pompidou Francilien,
a new pole of contemporary art during a five-year closure of Centre Pompidou Paris


The Centre Pompidou housing more than 140,000 works of modern and contemporary art will shut its doors for a major refurbishment from 2025 to 2030. The gradual closure of the museum will take place in the autumn of 2024. The renovation includes reorganizing exhibition spaces, removing asbestos and optimizing energy efficiency for the whole building, as well as improving accessibility for people with reduced mobility.

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Centre Pompidou, Paris ©

During a five-year closure of the Centre Pompidou, the new Centre Pompidou, Centre Pompidou Francilien – Fabrique de l’Art / Musée national Picasso-Paris, will open in Massy, a southern suburb of Paris, in 2026.

Centre Pompidou Francilien - Fabrique de l'Art / Musée national Picasso-Paris ©PCA-STREAM

This new large-scale cultural project represents the decentralization of cultural institutions in Paris and its budget is estimated at 105 million euros. With an area of ​​30,000 square meters, the Centre Pompidou Francilien will house the masterpieces of the Centre Pompidou and the Picasso-Paris Museum. Its construction will start in July 2024.

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