Designed by architect Adrien Fainsilber, the ultra-modern 1998 building contrasts with the covered bridges and the Vauban dam. On 5,000 m², the collections on display cover the period from 1870 to the present day. Impressionism, Art Nouveau, Primitivism and Surrealism are among the various artistic currents represented. The paintings of Picasso, Kandinsky and Max Ernst are particularly noteworthy. One floor is reserved for photography and graphic arts as well as temporary exhibitions. An auditorium, a library with free access, a bookshop and the Art Café complete the premises.
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