- Explore a huge collection of modern and contemporary art from the 20th and 21st centuries
- See everything from Cubism to Abstractions, Fauvism, New Realism, Narrative Figuration and more
- Skip the lines and use this ticket to access one temporary exhibition of your choice
Almost Human traces the different phases of Thomas Houseago's development as a sculptor with a chronological exhibition organized around four rooms, covering the main geographical stages of the artist's life. Using media such as wood, plaster, metal, concrete or bronze, Houseago's work focuses on vivid representations of the human body in space.
His often massive sculptures retain traces of the manufacturing process, which sees them oscillate between a sense of strength and fragility. The exhibition is presented in vast rooms that are an integral part of Houseago's scenography, with the exterior architecture, the presence of trees and plants, and the surrounding historical monuments acting as an anchor for the artist's work.
Entrance to the permanent collection is free at the City of Paris Museum of Modern Art. But this handy smartphone ticket lets you skip the lines and also access one awesome exhibition.
If you've climbed to the top of the Eiffel Tower you might have seen the City of Paris Museum of Modern Art in the Palais de Tokyo, just a short walk away.
Take a break from Parisian crowds and get inspired by a huge collection of almost 13,000 works from the 20th century's major art movements and most influential artists.
See examples of Fauvism, Cubism, Abstractions, New Realism, School of Paris, Narrative Figuration, Conceptual Art and more, and use this ticket to access your chosen temporary exhibition - there's always something new to see here!
- Entrance to the permanent collection (free)
- Entrance to one temporary exhibition
- Audio guide (available for the permanent collection in French, English and German for €5)
- Guided tour (available at an extra cost)
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Definitely a must when visiting Paris.
Dommage que le musée d’Art Moderne soit aussi laid. Une honte pour la France.
A recommander absolument
Une merveille à ne pas manquer!
Et Tiqets, bravo pour la rapidité d'exécution!