Exhibition - Women in Abstraction
The exhibition aims to write the history of the contributions of women artists to abstraction through one hundred and six artists and more than five hundred works dating from the 1860s to the 1980s.
"Women in Abstraction" gives the opportunity to discover artists who are discoveries for both specialists and the general public. The exhibition highlights the work of many of those artists who suffered from a lack of visibility and recognition beyond the borders of their country. The exhibition focuses on the careers of artists, sometimes unjustly overlooked by the history of art, by returning to their specific contribution to the history of abstraction.
- Open every day (except Tuesday) from 11am to 8pm.
Tickets and prices
- Booking is required for all visitors, including those eligible for free admission (free ticket available on the Centre Pompidou website).
Free admission to the permanent collections only:
- For all, the first Sunday of the month
- 18-25 year olds (European Union citizens and residents)
Free admission to permanent collections and temporary exhibitions:
- Under 18 years old
- Disabled visitors and their companions
- Job seekers - RMI or social assistance recipients
Visitors must bring their own mask to be admitted to the Centre Pompidou. Masks are optional for children under 11 years old.
Access to the exhibition is guaranteed within 30 minutes of the chosen time. If the time slot is not respected, rapid access cannot be guaranteed.
Access to the exhibition "Women in Abstraction" at the chosen time slot.
Access to all areas of the Centre Pompidou after the exhibition visit.
Place Georges POMPIDOU
Place Georges POMPIDOUparking Berger, niveau -1
75004 PARIS 04