BTS Reportedly Receives Collaboration Offer From Centre Pompidou In France
Fans can look forward to a potential collaboration between the Centre Pompidou and BTS!
On August 18, Herald Biz reported that the Centre Pompidou had offered to make their art museum available for BTS’s use.
The Centre Pompidou is a building complex in Paris, France with a deep architectural and artistic significance. Around five million people visit the complex every year, and like France’s other esteemed art museums including the Louvre Museum and Musée d’Orsay, it is seldom made available to a specific group for filming purposes.
Based on Herald Biz’s report, the Centre Pompidou offered to open a part of its complex to BTS in June, which is around the time they held their “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself” concert at the Stade de France. At the time, RM had posted a photo of himself in front of the complex, though it unknown whether his visit to the Centre had any relation to the offer they had received.
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While the offer was made ahead of their concert in Paris, the Centre Pompidou was reportedly also willing to open several areas including its rooftop in the future for BTS to film photos and videos for purposes like music video filming and social media uploading. The offer has not yet been revealed publicly because the deal is still being discussed between the Centre Pompidou and Big Hit Entertainment.
Are you hoping to see this culturally meaningful collaboration?