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American Icons

Masterworks from the SFMOMA and the Fisher Collection

Galeries nationales
- 8 April 2015 - 22 June 2015

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Description
This exhibition presents 60 emblematic works from the SFMOMA and the Fisher collection (one of the world’s largest private modern and contemporary art collections, now curated by the museum).

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), founded in 1935, is the first museum on the West Coast dedicated solely to modern and contemporary art. Since 2013, the museum has been closed for extensions and has decided to send its fantastic collection of artworks on tour. In France, the south-west gallery of the Grand Palais will host the greatest 20th-century American artists: Andy Warhol, Alexander Calder, Roy Lichtenstein, Ellsworth Kelly, Agnes Martin, Richard Diebenkorn, Chuck Close and many more.

An exhibition organised by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Réunion des musées nationaux - Grand Palais and musée Granet.
To be presented at the Musée Granet, Aix-en-Provence from 11 July to 18 October 2015.

Curators : Gary Garrels, curator of painting and sculpture at the SFMOMA, Laurent Salomé,
Exhibition director at the Rmn-Grand Palais
Exhibition design : Bill Katz and Nicolas Adam
Schedule
Open : every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (except Tuesdays)
Late-night opening until 10 p.m. on Wednesdays

Closed on Tuesdays
Closed 1st May

Access : metro line 1 and 13
“Champs-Elysées-Clemenceau” or line 9 “Franklin D.Roosevelt”.

Due to the Vigipirate Plan (increase security measures) level "attack alert", access to Grand Palais is forbidden to all suitcases, all travel bags and backpacks larger than A3 size. The Grand Palais security service may be required to take, without notice, any measure it deems useful.
Prices
Prices : €12,
Concession : €9 (16-25-yearolds, jobseekers, large families).
Free for all visitors under 16, income support beneficiaries and state pensioners.

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- Group tickets
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