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BEING MODERN: MoMA IN PARIS at Fondation Louis Vuitton

For the first time in France, the Louis Vuitton Foundation hosts an exceptional exhibition dedicated to MoMA (Museum of Modern Art), one of the 3 largest museums of modern and contemporary art in the world.

Tracing the history of the collections of the famous New York Museum, Being Modern: The MoMA in Paris is held from October 11, 2017 to March 05, 2018. A careful selection of more than 200 works and documents from the 6 different departments of MoMA invest for the first time. opportunity the whole foundation. Paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, films, performances, architectural and design objects, but also documentary material and digital works make up this exceptional exhibition.

Among the artists on display are Paul Cezanne, Gustav Klimt, Pablo Picasso, Rene Magritte, Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Paul Signac, Constantin Brancusi, Jackson Pollock, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and many others.

Organized in 3 parts dedicated to a precise historical period, the exhibition opens on the first works acquired by the MoMa since 1929 with among others the Bather of Paul Cézanne, House by the Railroad of Edward Hopper, Bird in the Space of Constantine Brancusi, Walt Disney's Steamboat Willie or Jackson Pollock's Echo: Number 25. Then come the "Pop Art" with Andy Warhol's iconic work: The Campbell Soup Boxes, the "Minimalism" and the "The Pictures Generation" movement inspired by the boom in advertising, pop culture and television. The upper floor focuses on contemporary art whose works have been acquired by the MoMA over the last 2 years. Among them are Lele Saveri's The Newsstand, Kerry James Marshall's Untitled (Club Scene) and Shigetaka Kurita's famous 176 emoji.

The opportunity to admire a small part of the huge collection of MoMA the time of its passage in France.

Louis Vuitton Foundation, Bois de Boulogne

8, avenue du Mahatma Gandhi, 75116 Paris