The abstract art of the 50s

The abstract art of the 50s
This year, France’s largest international airport, Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, is devoting its Espace Musées, from February 5th until September 10th, 2018, to showcase extraordinary pieces of abstract art on loan from Centre Pompidou Paris.

“The abstract art of the 50s” is actually the ninth exhibit to be held at the Espace Musée since its opening five years ago and it will be displayed over a space of around 250 square meters, gathering in total twenty-one breathtaking artworks by reputed artists.

Travelers who have a boarding pass and flying from Hall M at Terminal 2E will be given the privilege of free entrance to the exhibit, where they will find pieces by Auguste Herbin, Jean Arp, Judith Reigl, Jean Dewasne, Gerard Schneider, Simon Hantaï, François Morellet, and others. 
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From February 5th until September 10th, 2018

Espace Musées,
Charles de Gaulle airport
Terminal 2E

Free access for travelers with a boarding pass