|Description||This former funeral parlour, a vast and bright 19th-century building, was turned into “space for artistic creation”. Renamed the 104 (Centquatre), this place is open to all forms of art: theatre, dance, music, cinema, video, digital and urban art etc. This establishment claims to be an artistic collaboration and provides spaces and support to several young artists.But it wants to be more than an art space. It boasts a restaurant (les Grandes Tables du 104), a café, a bookstore, a natural clothing boutique, a secondhand shop, and an artistically designed playroom for children. It also has a very nice courtyard with lounge chairs, which is very appreciated by visitors and locals.With the numerous activities offered and the diversity of the exhibitions, you should definitely make a stop there if you are in the area.
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|Price||Free (or 5€ for special exhibitions)|
|Address||104 rue d’Aubervilliers or 5 rue Curial 75019 Paris|
|Phone||+33 (0)1 53 35 50 00|
|Hours||Tues – Fri: 12am-7pmSat – Sun: 11am-7pm|
|How to go there?||Metro 12 Max Dormoy, Metro 7 Riquet|