After stalled attempts to expand to China and Saudi Arabia, the Centre Pompidou has announced a new initiative, according to The Art Newspaper:
The Centre Pompidou is looking to expand abroad with a chain of galleries that will carry the flagship French institution’s brand. Alain Seban, the president of the Centre Pompidou, says that museums, universities and even shopping malls could host exhibitions of items drawn from the Paris-based institution’s 72,000-strong collection of modern and contemporary art. Seban plans to establish a network of sites, each measuring around 2,000 sq. m to 3,000 sq. m, for periods of between three and five years.
Pompidou plans to go global: focus is Brazil, India, China (The Art Newspaper)