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Museum Pass & Special Exhibit- Centre Georges Pompidou

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While we are in Paris we want to see the Dali exhibit at the Pompidou. If we have the Museum Pass do we need to buy tickets for the special exhibit? Should I book tickets for a specific time?

Dalí
Exhibitions

District : Marais / Les Halles
Centre Georges Pompidou
From November 21 2012 to March 25 2013
Description :

The exhibition pays tribute to the very popular and controversial Catalan artist through 200 works, some of which are on loan from the world’s greatest museums. The public will discover masterpieces of painting, sculpture, photography and drawing by this highly-imaginative emblematic figure of modern art and surrealism. Salvador Dalí, adept at creating his own mise en scène, knew how to use the media of his era. This retrospective also shows this facet of the artist by showing films and extracts from media programmes. An opportunity to become more familiar with this artistic icon of the 20th century via his great works, including the famous Soft Watches.

Open daily except Tuesday, from 11am to 11pm
From 9.30am on Sunday for members of the Centre Pompidou and visitors with tickets.
Full price: €13 giving access to the museum’s permanent collections.
Concessions: €9, €10 and €11

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