OK, let's get the dance film that's all the buzz out of the way first. Yes, there is a film of a lovely young woman writhing around in oil (one presumes EEVO) and beginning to pleasure herself - so what? This is high art. And you're forgetting the Matisse, Josephine Baker, Isadora Duncan, etc., up to John Travolta; an astonishing survey in still and moving pictures of dance in the 20th century. 2 Wows!
But the reason I went to the Pompidou today was for the Matisse pairs and series which like Monet's haystacks, bridges and churches, are really quite interesting in a cumulative way. As opposed to Monet, who painted the same thing at different times in different light-situations, the Matisse's here show a reworking of the same images in sometimes astonishly different ways. 1.5 Wows!
Finally, as I entered the secret FOPR (President of the Republic) Entrance I saw a sign saying Preview of Transitions and indeed just over the gift shop, where the old gift shop used to be, were a bunch of illuminated tents like they pass out to the homeless here, around which were marching young kids, which I supposed symbolized something. Negative Wows.