Visit the Fondation

8, Avenue du Mahatma Gandhi Bois de Boulogne, 75116 Paris

© Gehry Partners, LLP and Frank O. Gehry © Iwan Baan 2014

Hours

Today (thursday)
11am – 8pm

Last access 30 minutes before closing.

Friday
11am – 9pm
Saturday
10am – 8pm

Prices

Membership
Gratuit
Become a member
Adult full rate
€14
- 26, students and french teachers

We kindly ask that you provide justification at the entrance.

€10
Family rate

Your ticket allows access for 2 adults and up to 4 children under the age of 18.

€32
- 18, professionnal artists, french job seekers

We kindly ask that you provide justification at the entrance.

€5

Directions

Address

8, Avenue du Mahatma Gandhi Bois de Boulogne, 75116 Paris

Itinerary
Velib

Station - Jardin d'Acclimatation

Metro

Line 1 Station Les sablons (950m)

Bus

Line 73 La Garenne-Colombes - Charlebourg

Shuttle service

Charles de Gaulle - Étoile Exit n°2 avenue de Friedland

Visiting Tools

The Fondation Louis Vuitton App

Stroll through "Simon Hantaï. The Centenary Exhibition" and the “Fugues in Color” exhibition at your own pace with a self-guided circuit providing information on the featured artists and remarks by the exhibition curators.

Short Tours

Led by specialised guides, short-tours are a chance to discover architectural highlights at the Fondation at a glance. Designed to be enjoyed either alone or in a small group, these tours are the perfect introduction the exhibition. In weekdays, every 30 minutes from 11.30 a.m. to 7 p.m., until 8 p.m. on fridays and from 10.30 a.m. on weekends.

Twelvy Twelvy

Twelvy, our chatbot, guides you through an interactive tour. Scan the QR code, and use the camera button on the chat to take a picture of the artwork and send it to Twelvy.

Full

Exhibition

From 18.05.2022 to 29.08.2022

Simon Hantaï. The Centenary Exhibition

To celebrate the centenary of Simon Hantaï’s birth (1922-2008), the Fondation is organising an unprecedented retrospective exhibition, in collaboration with the Hantaï family, curated by Anne Baldassari. It includes more than 130 of Simon Hantaï’s works, many of which have never before been shown, and the majority of which are large format works from 1957 to 2000.