- Get Premium Access through a dedicated entrance, and free shuttle pick-up and drop-off
- See the Fondation Louis Vuitton's temporary exhibitions
- 3,600 glass panels on the Frank Gehry designed building's exterior make it breathtaking from the outside, but it's even more spectacular once you step inside
Jean-Michel Basquiat was one of the most significant painters of the 20th century. Born in New York City in 1960 to parents of Haitian and Puerto Rican descent, the racial injustices he witnessed from an early age filled him with rage and the urge to rebel. These themes are very evident in his art, now displayed in a new exhibition that covers the painter's whole career, from 1980 to 1988. The exhibition focuses on 120 defining works, including several collaborations between Basquiat and Andy Warhol. See essential works such as Obnoxious Liberals, In Italian, and Riding with Death, as well as paintings which have rarely been seen since their first presentations during the artist's lifetime, such as Offensive Orange (1982), Boxer, and Yellow Tar and Feathers.
The Austrian artist Egon Schiele was a protégé of Gustave Klimt, and one of the early exponents of Expressionism. This exhibition brings together some 120 drawings, gouaches, and paintings showcasing the raw intensity and vibrant sensuality in his work. Spread across four sections, it features some of his most notable and visually arresting works, including Self-Portrait with a Chinese Lantern (on loan from the Leopold Museum in Vienna), Pregnant Woman and Death (from the Národní Gallery in Prague), Portrait of the Artist's Wife Seated, Holding Her Right Leg (from the Morgan Library & Museum in New York), and many more.
Get Premium Access to this iconic gallery designed by Frank Gehry. Fondation Louis Vuitton founder Bernard Arnault wanted to gift Paris with a remarkable space for art and culture. And it's that - and then some! Filled with natural light and air, it's hard to imagine a better place to see hot exhibitions. Especially with this VIP ticket.
With its amazing architecture evoking a boat in full sail, the Fondation Louis Vuitton is a breathtaking building. And inside it really comes to life - especially when you get shuttle pick-up and drop-off plus skip-the-line entrance.
Once inside this two-story glass building, you can explore temporary exhibitions showcasing modern and contemporary art - as well as Gehry's daring design.
There's a limited number of these tickets each day, in order to ensure the best experience. When you're in Paris treat yourself to an art-going experience unlike any other.
- Skip-the-line entrance to all current temporary exhibitions
- Skip-the-line entrance to the permanent collection of architectural plans
- Free use of the shuttle bus service (roundtrip)
Access the Fondation at the dedicated Premium access at the main entrance and have your smartphone ticket scanned before proceeding to the security check.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
- Metro: Line 1 to Les Sablons station, Fondation Louis Vuitton exit, then 10-15 minutes walking
- Bus: Line 244 to Fondation Louis Vuitton stop at weekends, to Jardin d’Acclimatation stop on weekdays
- The free shuttle buses, exclusively for visitors of the Fondation Louis Vuitton, depart from Place Charles de Gaulle, on corner of Avenue de Friedland, near the metro exit. Shuttles depart every 15 minutes during opening hours, with the last shuttle leaving the Fondation 7 minutes after closing. Please show your smartphone ticket when entering the bus
Food isn't allowed inside, but you can bring a snack and eat it on the terrace if the weather is nice. You can also buy a coffee or a hot chocolate there.