The museum (musée d’art moderne) presents Maurice Jardot’s donation (150 paintings, sculptures and 20th century drawings) and a collection marked by cubism and surrealism (Picasso, Léger, Braque, Gris, Laurens, Masson and others).
The collection of the Museum (Musée des Beaux-Arts) allowed for a dialogue between history and contemporary art, van Barré, de Montaigu, Jean Claus, D. Eric Dietman, P.A. Gette, André Villers, Dürer, Courbet and the sculptures of Rodin, Carrière, Luce, Signac and Guillaumi
Tour 46 (Tower 46) presents the temporary exhibitions of the museums in Belfort.
On 26 February 1802, the house of 140 Grande-Rue in Besançon was the birthplace of Victor Hugo (deceased 1885). This house (Maison Victor Hugo) now presents a contemporary scenography of the political struggle of the committed writer and organises exhibitions and lectures on his activities.