The Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume, usually just known as “Le Jeu de Paume,” is Paris's premiere space for film, video, photo and multimedia exhibitions ranging in time from the invention of the media through today. The modern and technologically advanced exhibitions are in contrast to the Napoleon III-era architecture; its original use was for indoor tennis courts.
This is a museum that should be on return visitors' lists, as the exhibitions are constantly changing. It's also worth it to follow the works through the museum's international art exchange; a collection may soon be shown at a space near you!
Take the Métro line 1 to Concorde; the museum is accessed through the Tuileries gardens. Tuesdays they stay open until 9pm.
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