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Although it was officially in the year 1961, the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris was actually constructed keeping the 1937 International Exhibition in mind. Lovers of art will be delighted to see this museum that exhibits nearly most of the twentieth century European and French art collections.

Various types of disciplines are on display that visitors can view over here. Some of them include videos, paintings, photography, and sculpture.

These exhibits are further subdivided into categories like conceptual art, lyrical abstraction, cubism, abstraction-creation, new realism, povera art, and much more. Do not miss out on Raoul Dufy’s famous Fee Electricite.

Visitors are also recommended to check out the temporary exhibitions that are held from time to time and are dedicated to works by artists of the twentieth century. This museum will also exhibit temporary exhibitions by artists of the twenty-first century. These temporary exhibitions that run for 6 weeks also showcase thematic and monographic exhibitions.

Some of the famous painters whose works are display in this museum include Pablo Picasso, Georges Rouault, Frantisek Kupka, Yven Klien, Pierre Bonnard, and many more.