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Relatively small museum, exhibits on several levels

Exhibits re: Dada artist and American photographer were interesting. Museum is worth a stop if you... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2018
Susan Meiselas Photography - a Must See

This was a gem to visit & the old Jeu de Paume gallery is now a photography space in Paris - it is... read more

Reviewed 1 May 2018
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A leading pole for the exhibition of photographic and other images, from the 19th to the 21st century (cinema, video, installation, etc.). Jeu de Paume produces, coproduces and hosts exhibitions as well as film programmes, symposiums, and public...more
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1 Place de la Concorde, 60500 Paris, France
Louvre / Palais-Royal
+33 1 47 03 12 50
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

A small but charming place to view the work of a photographer. It just depends on if you like them or for that matter understand them. The high point is that it's in Paris and what else do you need to know...It's worth a trip...More

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Reviewed 13 May 2018

Exhibits re: Dada artist and American photographer were interesting. Museum is worth a stop if you think the current exhibits merit your time. Interior of the building is unremarkable.

Thank Transatlantic2012
Reviewed 1 May 2018

This was a gem to visit & the old Jeu de Paume gallery is now a photography space in Paris - it is worth a visit, especially if lucky enough to catch Susan Meiselas's photo stories .

Thank joyful007
Reviewed 24 April 2018

Jeu de Paume, literally meaning Game of Palms, the precursor of tennis, is located in what housed the royal tennis courts. Today, it stands in the Tuileries Gardens of the Louvre, very close to Place de la Concorde and Musée de l'Orangerie. It is a...More

1  Thank Ronak S
Reviewed 23 February 2018

The museum is quite small, anddevoted to temporary exhibits. It is therefore highly recommendable to check the programme beforehand, as generally two or three exhibits are on display at the same time. This time, I visited first the production of Damir Ocko, on languages. His...More

Thank Paul R
Reviewed 18 January 2018

This is probably one for the photography enthusiast. I visited late in the day on a very chilly January afternoon, and the contrast from entering the Louvre or d'Orsay was stark. No queues, just wander up to the door, and be welcomed by a smiling...More

Thank robc089
Reviewed 17 September 2017

If you are into photography keep an eye on this museum. I saw a terrific exhibit of Ed van der Elsken photos. Easy to get to.

Thank LarryInBrookline
Reviewed 21 May 2017

The collection is okay, but unless you're specifically interested in an artist on exhibition, it's not worth the 10 euros entrance fee. There are quite a few other places with better and larger collections of modern/contemporary art in Paris for a similar entrance fee.

Thank Jane K
Reviewed 28 April 2017

This museum devoted to modern and postmodern photography and media is housed in a building at the end of the Tuileries Gardens, close to the Place de la Concorde. The facility has quite a history, originally built in 1861 as royal indoor courts for a...More

2  Thank Stu S
Reviewed 9 February 2017

Those who say that it is an in and out don't seem to want to see the shows in any depth. It usually takes me about two hours, but then there are usually about three shows running concurrently. As I live in a southern suburb...More

1  Thank Philip Sedlak S
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Louvre / Palais-Royal
From the majestic Louvre to the regal Palais-Royal,
this neighborhood oozes luxury. The grand arches along
Rue de Rivoli are shadowed by mosaics in front of
decorated vitrines and hotels. Place Vendôme is lined
with the world’s best jewelers and their glittering
window displays. Every other establishment has someone
to open the door for you or park your car. You can
spend hours gazing at its haute couture shops or
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