Cartier Foundation, established in 1984, settled in 1994 in a building glass facade built as a vast horn-eye, designed by architect Jean Nouvel.
The foundation aims to disseminate a variety of works by living artists
Fondation Cartier - Paris
Eclecticism and diversity are the watchwords of this museum which brings together large groups of strong personalities of contemporary art. Arman, César, Raymond Hains, Jean-Pierre Raynaud, but also younger figures in French art scene, Alberola, Jean-Charles Blais, or international, are presented as Mathew Barney Boulevard Raspail.
The Foundation welcomes all forms of contemporary art without restrictions, painting and video, drawing and photography, sculpture and installation. It offers a panorama vast enough that flourished in the 1980s, with roots in the revival of artistic practice in the 1960s and 70s. Collections are complemented by exhibitions.
The Cartier Foundation also organizes 'nomadic nights' events related to arts, in agreement with the exhibitions.
261, Boulevard Raspail Zip code :
Paris - France
Area : Saint-Germain-des-Prés / Quartier Latin
Website :Fondation Cartier - Paris Opening hours :
Open every day except Monday, from 11h to 20h, 22h on Tuesdays. Prices :
Full price € 5 / Reduced rate € 3.5 / Free for children under 10 years
01 42 18 56 50