The Pompidou’s Permanent Collection, Reinstalled Along the Lines of Art Theory

André Breton “Objet à fonctionnement symbolique” (1931) (photo by Georges Meguerditchian, courtesy the Centre Pompidou)André Breton “Objet à fonctionnement symbolique” (1931) (photo by Georges Meguerditchian, courtesy the Centre Pompidou)

André Breton “Objet à fonctionnement symbolique” (1931) (photo by Georges Meguerditchian, courtesy the Centre Pompidou) (click to enlarge)

PARIS — Where the newness of art comes from (when it comes) is something of a conundrum. The New Presentation of the Modern Collection at the Centre Pompidou Musée National d’Art Moderne (the second largest collection of modern and contemporary art in the world, after the Museum of Modern Art in New York) attempts to remedy this conundrum by pointing out and celebrating certain shrewd and ardent theorists, art critics, art historians, publishers, editors, poets, and thinkers who helped shape Modern art’s prevailing theories and tastes. As selected by Pompidou

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