Louis Vuitton Foundation
Dedicated to contemporary art, Fondation Louis Vuitton opened in October 2014 in a building imagined by Frank Gehry.
Protruding out of the scenic Bois de Boulogne like a sort of futuristic giant glass sail, the Fondation Louis Vuitton is a striking piece of modern architecture. Designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry, it is worth a visit just to see the building even if you don’t venture inside to take a…
Thé Fondation Vuitton is a great museum and culturel center. Next to it you have the Parc d’acclimatation with animal and fun activités for kids ! 10 minutes away from home by car.
One of the newest place in Paris, it's really extraordinary, with a majestic architecture. You could see contemporary exhibitions there. It's close to the flat, around 20 minutes by bus or subway.
Gorgeous building designed by the famous architect, Frank Gehry, set in a park. Easy excursion on Line 1 metro. If travelling with kids, spend the day in the adjacent 'Jardin d'Acclimation' amusement park.
n 2006, the LVMH Group and its companies opened a new chapter in their history of patronage with the creation of the Fondation Louis Vuitton. The building itself was inaugurated on 24 October 2014, the result of nearly 25 years of commitment to the arts, culture and heritage. In 2001, Bernard…
“Often referred to as the “lungs” of Paris (alongside the slightly larger Bois de Vincennes), Bois de Boulogne is a massive park in the west of the 16th, and is more than twice as large as New York’s Central Park. With 15 km of cycle routes and the possibility to hire wooden rowing boats on the Lac Inférieur, the park offers much more than just a nice spot to have a picnic. Several restaurants can be found in Boulogne (including the Michelin-starred Le Pré Catalan), and there is even the Jardin Shakespeare, a beautiful green garden, transformed each spring into an outdoor theatre, where plays from the famous English playwright are put on. Today, the large parkland is home to two equestrian race tracks, horse riding trials, ponds, waterfalls, hiking trials, row boats for hire, and the Roland Garros tennis complex. ”
“Long-running amusement park with rides, play areas, horseback riding, workshops & events.”
“While it doesn’t have its own permanent collection, Palais de Tokyo is easily one of the best places in Paris to catch contemporary art exhibitions. As well as celebrating emerging French and international talent, the gallery has in the past also hosted exhibitions from big stars in the art world such as France’s JR and New York’s Guerilla Girls. Always forward-looking, its exhibitions often place an emphasis on technology and interactivity, whilst remaining accessible to those unfamiliar with the world of contemporary art. The building itself features impressive Neoclassical architecture, and the court at the back has a trendy bar with views of the seine and the Eiffel Tower.”
“The Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art is both a creative space for artists and a meeting place for art and the general public; the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art aims to promote contemporary creation and disseminate knowledge. Each year, the Cartier Foundation organizes thematic or personal exhibitions.”
“Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris or MAMVP, is a major municipal museum dedicated to modern and contemporary art of the 20th and 21st centuries, including monumental murals by Raoul Dufy and Henri Matisse. ”