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Pinacotheque de Paris

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An intelligently-run, non-traditional museum

We visited the Pinacothèque for the first time yesterday, rather wondering why someone would create... read more

Reviewed 2 December 2015
Redlichkeit
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Charlottesville, Virginia
The Flemish Painters: From Rubens to Van dyk

While the tittle overstates the times form these two painters, the show was exquisite. Much of the... read more

Reviewed 17 September 2015
pen1
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Dexter, Michigan
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27 Feb 2016
“World Class Special Exhibits”
1 Dec 2015
“An intelligently-run, non-traditional museum”
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Reviewed 28 February 2016

This small museum, easily found behind la Madeleine, is a real treasure if you are attracted to one on all of the special exhibits that they present each year. . I have been very priviledged to see their Mexican jade mask, their Modigiiani, their Klimpt,...More

Thank Marilyn K
Reviewed 2 December 2015

We visited the Pinacothèque for the first time yesterday, rather wondering why someone would create a private art museum in Paris in the 21st century. We enjoyed our visit to the current exhibit on Leondardo da Vinci, based on the Codex Atlanticus and on models...More

Thank Redlichkeit
Reviewed 9 October 2015

There are 2 pinacotheques exhibition halls in Paris . We visited the Pinacotheque 2 which is the newest one of the two. It is also of a more pleasant setting with fewer labyrinths rooms where you have to fight your way to move. The exhibits...More

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Reviewed 17 September 2015

While the tittle overstates the times form these two painters, the show was exquisite. Much of the work was about Flemish floral paintings as well as portraiture. It demonstrates the advances state of imagery while the Dutch were ascending in the world economy and how...More

Thank pen1
Reviewed 1 August 2015

From Rubens to to Van Dyck is what attracted us this time. This is Pinacotheque 2, a space that is somewhat more comfortable than the original. But the price, for the 50 something works seen, was not worth it. Two really good works, the rest...More

1  Thank lranewyorkparis
Reviewed 19 July 2015

It was opened in 2007, as the first privat museum. Since than they organize temporary exhibitions, in very high quality. Now they had an exhibition about the Viennaise secession and Klimt. We have seen already various exhibitions and they were well organized and good. The...More

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 1 June 2015

It’s impossible not to sympathize with the reviewers who complain about the crowds here, but that shouldn’t keep you away: this is a thoughtful little show that sets Klimt’s work in the context of the Viennese Secession (a revolutionary event every bit as important as...More

Thank Max W
Reviewed 30 May 2015

Street art expo was good, but a bit out of context. Klimt expo is a rip off. Only 2 originals. For the price, not worth it

Thank neogeoMarc
Reviewed 15 May 2015

Long lines to buy a ticket, pretty crowded, but well worth it. This was head and shoulders above any other exhibition we saw in Paris. Go.

Thank PrinceConsort
Reviewed 14 May 2015

This is a place you definitely do not want to go: expensive, crowded and misleading! I've seen a number of their exhibitions and every single time it was a disappintment (Goya, Klimt...). Their communication and advertising services are very skilled: every time they sell a...More

1  Thank Sel B
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century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and
cinemas sit side by side with French bistros
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