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She lived as she painted, large, bold and transgressive. Born in Poland to a wealthy family in 1898, Tamara de Lempicka later lived in St Peterburg. Like so many other members of the upper classes she became a refugee in the aftermath of Bolshevik revolution. She liked to say that she became international, a citizen of the world...

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While Art Nouveau was drying up and saw its shapes evolving towards an abandonment of the arabesque, to return towards a form of geometric aspect and transforming itself little by little into what is known as Art Deco, the representation of the female figure was also to undergo a major evolution. From sensuality and eroticism, we were to head towards a much more advanced, transgressive sexuality. The image of the “tomboy” as a defining characteristic of Art Deco was to provide Tamara de Lempicka with an overweening position in that movement, going so far as to make of her its icon...

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In Paris de Lempika made a big splash early at just 26 winning recognition and awards at annual exhibitions with her unusual chiseled paintings. She came to know Picasso, Jean Cocteau, Andre Gide and other luminaries in the 20's...

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Tamara de Lempicka was one of not only the most glamorous socialites but also the most fashionable portraitists of the "annees folles," the Roaring Twenties in Paris. In the United States, where she spent the second half of her life, she has still many admirers, not least among the show-biz crowd: Madonna is one of her most avid collectors....

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Tamara de Lempicka


- Fees -

 

  • Combined ticket Art nouveau + Tamara de Lempicka

(on sale until 4:00 pm, on Wednesdays and Fridays until 6:00 pm)
The two temporary exhibitions : Art nouveau, The Decorative Revolution + Tamara de Lempicka, The Queen of Art Deco


Full fee 18 €
Reduced fee* 15 €
Skip the waiting lines ! Buy your ticket online ! >

Full fee online 19,50 €
Reduced fee*online 16,50 €



  • Combined ticket Art nouveau + Tamara de Lempicka + Les Collections

(on sale until 4:00 pm, on Wednesdays and Fridays until 6:00 pm)
The two temporary exhibitions : Art nouveau, The Decorative Revolution + Tamara de Lempicka, The Queen of Art Deco + Les Collections


Full fee 22 €
Reduced fee* 18 €
Skip the waiting lines ! Buy your ticket online ! >

Full fee online 23,50 €
Reduced fee*online 19,50 €


 

  • Single ticket 1 temporary exhibition

Full fee 12 €
Reduced fee* 10
Skip the waiting lines ! Buy your ticket online ! >
Full fee online 13,50 €
Reduced fee*online 11,50 €

 

  • Single ticket Les Collections

Full fee 8
Reduced fee* 6
Skip the waiting lines ! Buy your ticket online ! >
Full fee online 9,50 €
Reduced fee*online 7,50 €

 

 

  • Twinned ticket 1 temporary exhibition + Les Collections

Full fee 18 €
Reduced fee* 15
Available only at the ticket office.

 

  • Pinacopass

Annual subscription 60

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  • The partnership Pinacothèque de Paris & Château de Versailles

One exhibition of choice + Les Collections & Passport High Season (April – October) 35 €
One exhibition of choice + Les Collections & Passport Low Season (November – March) 28 €
Discover the combined ticket with the palace of Versailles >

 


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* Reduced fee (on presentation of a justifying document). For young people from 12 to 25, students, job seekers (document must be less than one year old), Maison des artistes, conference guides and lecturers, Pinacopass accompanying person. 
Free
(on presentation of a justifying document) Children under 12,
invalidity card-holders, invalidity card-holders accompanying person (if mentioned on invalidity card), RSA and ASS (documents must be less than one year old), ASPA, conderence guides and teachers with a group reservation, journalists (with press card), ICOM.



 

Accès
Pinacothèque 2

8, rue Vignon
75009 Paris

01 44 56 88 80


Open every day
From 10:30 am to 6:30 pm
Ticket office closes at 5:45 pm.

Late openings
Every Wedneday and Friday until 9:00 pm
Ticket office closes at 8:15 pm


1st May, 14th July, 25th December and 1st January 
Open from 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm 
Ticket office closes at 5:45 pm