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Cathedrals of Culture: Centre Pompidou

24 minutes 4 seconds

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The Centre Pompidou, designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, is an architectural marvel. It is recognized for its exterior escalators and enormous colored tubing, and the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris calls it home. In this segment, Brazilian director Karim Ainouz tours the building and provides context for its contemporary design. Part of the "Cathedrals of Culture" series. Note shows some sculptures with nudity.

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