FRAC Bretagne – Regional Fund for Contemporary Art

19 avenue André Mussat
35000 Rennes

02 99 37 37 93

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Frac Bretagne - Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain


FRAC Bretagne – Regional Fund for Contemporary Art

Whether you are a connoisseur or just curious, at Brittany’s Regional Contemporary Art Fund, or FRAC, you’ll find a collection of contemporary works that will catch your imagination and open your mind to artists from a variety of backgrounds. The aims of the Brittany FRAC are to collect, showcase and raise awareness of the work of contemporary artists. It has built up one of the largest collections of contemporary art in France, with some 4,800 pieces. The Brittany FRAC promotes access to all forms of contemporary creation for people of all ages. It displays a wide variety of works by French and international artists. Alongside more well-known names such as Raymond Hains and Jacques Villeglé, talented young artists are leaving their own mark on our era. The premises of the Brittany FRAC, designed by architect Odile Decq, house an extensive programme of temporary exhibitions.

OPENING HOURS> During the exhibition period: Tuesday to Sunday, from 12pm to 7pm. (Closed on Monday, January 1st, May 1st and December 25th)   ACCESS> Bus: Lines C4 and 14, Cucillé stop then 500m by foot via Avenue de Cucuillé and Avenue André Mussat > Car: Parking nearby > Touring coach: Minute drop-off area in front of the FRAC

Prices :

  • Basic rate : Starting at 3 €
  • Reduced rate : Starting at 2 €
  • Free