The always inspiring and thought-provoking exhibits at the Centre Georges Pompidou continue with the final months of Elles@CentrePompidou. Beginning its run in May 2009, the exhibit Elles@CentrePompidou has put on display the works of masterful women artists from the 20th century through to today. Some of the renowned artists whose work is presented are Sonia Delaunay, Frida Kahlo, Dorothea Tanning, Sophie Calle, Annette Messager, and Louise Bourgeois. The breathtaking works represent an interesting cross-section of womens’ artwork, from literature to dance to cinema and more from 1901 through to current times.
Are you one of yogoguide’s many registered users? No, well now’s the time to join, so that you can view the hundreds of choice restaurants, cafes, and patisseries around Paris that will supply some needed sustenance before, during, and after your time at the Pompidou. yogoguide’s registered users can create a personalized menu and map of favorite locations throughout Paris, which is then accessible from any smartphone, great for when you’re out and about. Our users rave about the favorites map feature, which plots your selected favorite locations instantly on our map of Paris! This way you’ll be able to quickly and easily get point-to-point directions from the Pompidou to, say, that great bistro nearby, Benoit:
To begin creating your favorites map, type Centre Pompidou into yogoguide’s Search Bar at the top left of your screen. When you’ve found the Pompidou click on it once so that you see the text box pop up on the right of your screen. Now you can read about the museum and have access to the museum’s website, phone number, metro stop, user reviews and photos, and much more! Next you’ll want to “pin” the museum by clicking on the red flag button.
Now that the museum is pinned you can see what restaurants are near by, so that you’ll have the perfect meal after a day at the Elles exhibit. I’ve flagged Auberge Nicolas Flamel, a fabulous French restaurant found in the oldest building in Paris. Here is a zoomed in view of my favorites map, enabling me to see how far of a walk it is from the museum to the restaurant (my feet will be mighty tired at days end!).
Try your best to see the Elles exhibit before its end in February, and visit yogoguide to create your own favorites menu and map! For more information about the exhibit visit www.centrepompidou.fr
And to find listings of all kinds around the Pompidou visit yogoguide.com