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Lets discover the modern art

 

Among the many museums set up in the capital city, the Modern Art Museum in Paris stand out by permanency arrays’ quality telling the story of the European art, beginning to the Fauvism until now and with temporary exhibitions.

The museum set up in a wing within the Tokyo Palace, a monument built in 1937 for the International exhibition consecrated to the Arts et Techniques appliquées à la vie moderne” (“Exhibition of Arts and Techniques applied on modern life”). It is also possible to discover Picasso, Matisse, Dufy or even Braque and Chagall’s masterpieces.

 Whether you are art hobbyist or mere curious we advise you to take your place in a Helzear room or flat, a hotel located just steps from the Modern Art Museum in Paris, just to meet these artists.

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