Jeu de Paume
Tucked in a corner of the Tuileries Gardens near the Champs Élysées is this building reminiscent of a Greek temple, with large columns on its stone façade. Inside, is a rotating collection of photography, film, and video from the 19th to 21st centuries. With sponsors including The Ministry of Culture and Communication and Neuflize Vie, the Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume was named for a tennis-style sport that was played on the site in the time of Napoleon III. Today it contains changing exhibits devoted to imagery and their impact on both the individual and the world.