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Studio 13/16: The Pompidou’s Teen Art Space

When the Centre Pompidou in Paris introduced its Children’s Gallery and Atelier for 2-12 year olds in 1977, it was one of the first art establishments to take young visitors seriously – a groundbreaking approach that encouraged creative institutions the world over to connect with a new, younger generation.

Now, acclaimed designer Mathieu Lehanneur has added a new, third space specifically for teenagers – Studio 13/16 (Le Treize Seize) – which demonstrates exactly how to capture the attention of a notoriously elusive audience.