Spanning almost every important 20th and 21st century artistic movement, Musée d'Art Moderne's permanent collection focuses mainly on the Cubists, Fauvists, the Delauneys and Ecole de Paris artists Soutine and van Dongen. On display are laudable works by Modigliani, Matisse, Braque and Soutine in the form of paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs and videos. One particularly striking highlight is Raoul Dufy's humungous mural La Fee Electricité. One of the largest paintings on the planet, so large that it engulfs a whole room.
This small modern art museum next to the Palais du Tokyo is not to be confised with the museum of art at the Centre Pompidou. It's currently closed from the main entrance, but you can come in through the terrace. They have a few cool contemporary pieces from artists like Delauny and a wall of paintings just of painter Henri Matisse. Their layout is somewhat of an unexpected maze, but if you get confused you won't be for long as it's too small to get lost. They have a terrace with a view of the Eiffel Tower. This area is flooded with national museums, so if you make the ride over here and don't like it, you can always hop into the next museum nearby. It's free for European citizens.
It's probably unfair for me to rate this place as I didn't go inside and visit the museum.
it's a wonderful museum for modern art that has a wide collection from the 20th century till our present day