In his pomp: Rogers' Paris retrospective reviewed

Embarrassment of riches: one of the many models on display is this one of the Pompidou Centre and and the public space in front.

The Pompidou, designed by Richard Rogers 30 years ago, is a fitting host for a major retrospective of his remarkable career, says Kester Rattenbury

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