Closed on Monday open from 10:00 other days, free admission. A fine building, everything is well presented in uncrowded spaces. Plenty of rest places if you need a break from the degeneracy of it all.
You will see two cars that have been crushed, one was a Triumph from the 80's I guess the other a Citroen. Violins sliced up as if in an egg slicer, a similar treatment for brass instruments.
There is a used urinal, a large figure like statue made from and emerging from cut up mineral water bottles. A shirt hung over a chair seemed also to be an exhibit - these are from the permanent collection. Naturally many exhibits defy a short description and dont warrant even that perhaps.
The ground floor houses temporary exhibits, three pretentious films when we were there.
Unlike many of the reviewers I was not left cold, look at who these artists are, wonder who backs them so lavishly, wonder how this fits with the direction our societies are being taken in. Maybe you will reach different conclusions. Sometimes an agenda is hidden in plain site.
Whatever your impression, there is no doubt that the views over Nice from the roof terrace are wonderful and well worth the visit in itself.
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