Bordeaux has one of the richest collections of modern and contemporary art in France.
Currently, this museum maintains its opening hours on Saturday.
Created 40 years ago in a former colonial warehouse (Entrepôts Lainé), the CAPC focuses on emerging art forms. With a permanent exhibition of some 1,300 works by 190 artists (Robert Combas, Annette Messager, Mario Merz, Richard Long, etc.) the CAPC offers an in-depth look at a half-century of culture and features new forms of contemporary art that link this museum with a strong international movement.
The CAPC also schedules fascinating temporary exhibitions, lectures and discussions on art history, guided tours, and learning experiences for children.
House in a building imbued with history, the modern art museum offers a choice venue for the works it displays.
Whether you are a modern art enthusiast or simply someone who likes to admire all beautiful things, the CAPC is a must during your stay in Bordeaux!
Entrance : 5 € | 3 € reduced | Free with the Bordeaux Métropole City Pass.
Free for less than 18 years old, disabled person and companion, and every first Sunday of the month (except in July and August).
Services & equipments, comfort
Equipped conference room
Workshop for children
- From 02/01/2019 until 31/12/2019
- Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 11h00 to 18h00
- Wednesday from 11h00 to 20h00
- Closed on Monday
Closed on bank holidays except on 14th July and 15th August
- 7 rue Ferrère
- 33000 BORDEAUX
Bordeaux Chartrons - Jardin public
- +33 5 56 00 81 50
Accessible to disabled people