The Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain Collection is made up today of nearly 2,000 works from a rich and multidisciplinary program. It is a testament to the relationships forged with more than 350 artists from all over the globe, and to the desire to open up to the world and today’s society.
Work from Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Work from Agnès Varda
Les Veuves de Noirmoutier .
Work from Malick Sidibé
Work from Alessandro Mendini
Guerrier de verre .
Work from Bernie Krause
United Visual Artists
The Great Animal Orchestra .
Work from Hiroshi Sugimoto
Conceptual Forms / Mathematical Forms: Surfaces .
Work from Sarah Sze
Everything that Rises Must Converge .
Work from Nobuyoshi Araki
Hi-Nikki, Non-Diary Diary .
Work from Chéri Samba
J’aime la couleur .
Work from David Lynch
Sun is gone .
Works on loan
The Collection’s works are the subject of numerous exhibitions at both French and international institutions.
This work is currently on loan:
Jean-Michel Alberola, Rien .
Musée des Confluences, Lyon, France
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Alessandro Mendini, Il Cavaliere di Dürer, 2011