The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art opened in 1998 and offers a generous overview of artistic creation from 1870 to the present day in a bright building on the banks of the River Ill.
Gustave Doré, Monet, Rodin, Gauguin, Käthe Kollwitz, Arp and Sophie Taeuber, Max Beckmann, Picasso, Kandinsky, Marcelle Cahn, Niki de Saint-Phalle, Nam June Paik, Georg Baselitz, Bertrand Lavier, Annette Messager, Alain Séchas, Xavier Veilhan, Clément Cogitore... are among the painters, sculptors, engravers, photographers and video artists you can meet during your visit.
The circuit, which brings modern and contemporary art into dialogue, is regularly renewed and is open to all, inviting interactive moments. With three to four exhibitions a year, the MAMCS is perceived as a dynamic player that always strives to report on the topicality of research, creation and mediation of works of art. Its building near the railway station also houses an auditorium and the museum library.
A bookshop and a restaurant complement the visit to the museum, which is located near the railway station.