Abstract art of the 1950s displayed at the Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle airport

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The Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle airport includes a Museum Space where until September 10, 2018, 21 abstract works from the Pompidou Center collection are on display. Christian Briend (photo above), the curator of this exhibition and the Pompidou Center, displays here the two contrasting movements in the 1950s, geometric abstraction and lyric abstractions, particularly through the works of Nicolas de Staël, Judit Reigl and Georges Mathieu (represented by Un silence de Guibert de Nogent, 1951).

Practical information
The Museum Space is accessible to any passenger with a boarding pass leaving from Terminal 2E whose flight boards in Hall M. Airlines departing from Terminal 2E are Air France-KLM and the companies of the SkyTeam alliance. Hall M is dedicated to long-haul flights to the United States, Asia, and Africa. Access to the museum is free. The Museum Space is open every day of the year from the first until the last flight leaves the terminal.