Work on the collections of the National Center for Plastic Arts (CNAP)
A major project, the National Center for Plastic Arts (CNAP) is moving its reserves from La Défense to Pantin.
Responsible for promoting contemporary creation in all areas of the visual arts, the CNAP manages collections made up of 105,000 works. These collections will all be installed in Pantin by 2024, when 40,000 works will have been processed by a team of experts: identification of the works, verification of their state of conservation, restoration, photography, repackaging before moving and transfering of their storage in the new Pantin site.
Equipped with all the necessary measures, the LP Art teams intervene continuously for a period of three years in this major move.
Illustration of the current phase of preparation for the relocation of the CNAP collections, a video offers us "a dive into the heart of the reserves": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFsvU471H2M