Frac Bretagne

Created in 1981 by the French state and the Brittany region, the Frac Bretagne (Brittany Regional Fund for Contemporary Art) represents a contemporary collection rich of more than 5,000 artworks. A large collection that has been shown not only in Brittany but also elsewhere in France and abroad.
Within its walls, and throughout the territory, the Frac Bretagne invites visitors to discover contemporary creations through temporary exhibitions and rendez-vous, meetings with artists, closer looks at artworks, lectures, and educational and training programs. Its new building designed by Odile Deck and opened in 2012 comprises three exhibition galleries. Its open and bright architecture encourages wandering and encounters with contemporary art.

Frac Bretagne
19 avenue André Mussat
35000 Rennes
T. +33 (0)2 99 37 37 93

Bus : C4, 14 - Cucillé
STAR bike station : Cucillé or Préfecture

Opening hours:
Tuesday-Sunday 12 p.m.-7 p.m.
Closed on Mondays
Accessible to the disabled

The Frac Bretagne receives the help of the regional council of Brittany, the Ministry of Culture (DRAC Bretagne) and the City of Rennes.