FRAC Bretagne | Rennes
The FRAC Bretagne (Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain) in Rennes is a public institution aimed at the promotion of contemporary art in its various means of expression.
Since 2012, the center, founded in 1981, is housed in a new, iconic building designed by French architects Odile Decq and Benoît Cornette.
Above: a view of the iconic building of the FRAC Bretagne, designed by Odile Decq and Benoît Cornette; photo Médiathèque De Quimperlé (CC BY 2.0).
The FRAC Bretagne has a permanent collection composed of more than 4,000 artworks by French and International artists, the collection covers different interpretations of contemporary art: abstract art in various forms, nature-inspired art, and cross contaminations among different art languages, such as photography, cinema, and visual arts.
The FRAC also organizes temporary exhibitions, including a contemporary art biennial.
At the center, an auditorium, learning spaces, workshops, a library, and a restaurant-cafeteria are available to the visitors.
Photos: and 2 by Médiathèque De Quimperlé; 3 by Alan Hasoo
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