Palais de Tokyo Modern Art Museum

Address: 13 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris

Access: Line 9, Alma-marceau

Time: Monday - Sunday 12: 00pm-12: 00am (Closed on Tuesdays)

Admission: 10 € (adults)



The Palais de Tokyo Contemporary Art Museum, opened with the Paris National Museum of Modern Art in 2001. The collections here change every season.

 The Palais de Tokyo (Palace of Tokyo) is a building dedicated to modern and contemporary art, located at 13 avenue du Président-Wilson, near the Trocadéro, in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

Palais de Tokyo has gained tremendous popularity among young artists and Parisians with its performance, environmental art, and installation arts.


Also note that the Avenue du Président Wilson is not far from the Eiffel Tower and is well-situated on the Seine, so you can enjoy the night view of the Eiffel Tower from the terrace.



In fact, Palace Tokyo is by no means a small modern museum on the scale and quality of its exhibitions. Although there is no regular collection, it takes about two hours each time to see the special exhibit that changes every season.




At Palais de Tokyo, this exhibition was held in basement level, where you can find coffee, beer and snacks. But it is also an exhibition space where you can explore the installation works of Martin Soto Climent, a Mexican artist.



After a short walk through the cafe, you will arrive at Mika Rottenberg's video art, plastic art, and environment art showrooms. The installation and environmental artworks that can be encountered during the exhibition are all part of the mise-en-scene that was already introduced in the artist's video art.





This year's exhibition was held in response to a year - long exchange program. If you concentrate on the sound of the opera song that resonates solemnly, you can feel as if the sound of the opera Garnier of Paris rushes into the work space of Kim Aoyoung making it an unforgettable experience.



Photography installation and environmental art exhibition from a famous novelist named Michel Houellebecq. The exhibition, titled Rester Vivant, occupies about 10 rooms in total, is actually one of the books written by Michel Houellebecq.


If you can not speak French, you can go on a tour in English.



After a long exhibition, you can head to the cafe to recharge yourself.

TOKYO EAT is located next to the restaurant in the facility



A bookstore in the corner of the Arl Red Tokyo Museum is where you will find unique concept magazines and art catalog books. It is an interesting space where you can find fashionable goods and gifts.