The Palais de Tokyo in Paris is the biggest contemporary art centre in the whole of Europe.
The amazing gallery space in in a glorious art deco style building created in 1937 for the Paris International Exhibition. In 2012 the art venue was renovated and has 22,000 m² of floor space making it Europe’s largest art venue. The curators favour eclectic and inventive art from both emerging and established artists from all backgrounds and all countries.
The Palais de Tokyo showcases experimental, interactive, diverse and creative works of art with a rapidly changing programme. It is one of the top must-see modern art venues of the world.
The Palais de Tokyo is accessible by bike, bus, metro, RER and boat. The building extends down to the lip of the Seine, forming a link on the hillside between the Eiffel Tower and Champs-Elysees and there are some wonderful views over the Seine and the Eiffel Tower.
The website for Palais de Tokyo has lots of information about the exhibitions to be held, buying tickets and the artists who are showing.