François Pinault’s Art Museum to Set to Open in May


François Pinault during the conference about the Bourse de Commerce. Shutterstock.

Located between the Louvre and Centre Pompidou in Paris, The Bourse de Commerce Pinault Collection is  established by the Kering owner. It was originally slated to open in June of 2020 but was delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic. Starting on May 22, the museum will be open Wednesday to Monday, 11 am to 7 pm, and an online reservation will be required to access the museum. 

The Bourse de Commerce will show Pinault’s personal collection, which he has long wanted to show in Paris. It contains thousands of pieces by artists like Piet Mondrian, Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons. According to the museum’s website, Pinault sees The Bourse de Commerce as a step towards “writing the next chapter of [his] cultural project.”



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