Musée de Grenoble

place Lavalette, 5, Grenoble
Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 63 44 44
closed on: Tuesday
Museum Type: Art

The Musée de Grenoble is the most important art museum in the capital of the Isère department.

Founded in 1798, and housed since 1994 in a new modern building, the museum is primarily dedicated to international art and its collection includes major paintings and sculptures from antiquity to present day. Veronese, Canaletto, Rubens, Zurbarán, Picasso, Matisse, Sol Le Witt, Muñoz, Warhol are only some of the artists represented in the permanent collection of the museum, one of the most important in France, the collection also includes Egypt, Greek and Etruscan antiquities.

Every year the Musée de Grenoble organizes two main temporary exhibitions as well as workshops and lectures. The museum facilities also include an auditorium, a library, a park of 16,000 square meters, enriched by 15 sculptures, a bookshop and a restaurant.
The museum is accessible to disabled people.

Review by Riccardo Bianchini, Inexhibit
Photos: cover by Guilhem Vellut; 1 by Renaud Camus

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