Agenda

Cultural events

The Côte d'Azur and Provence still cultivate their taste for art and propose many exhibitions, plays and other events all year long. Focus on our flourishing cultural activities. Read on...

Galerie Podgorny Robinson, the new name of a cult address

Arik Levy, Keith Haring, Marc Quinn, Robert Combas… The tone is set. Since July 12th, the 800 sq. metres of exhibition space offered by this flagship art-gallery just below the Maeght Foundation has welcomed (...) Read on...

Warhol Unlimited

Installed in the Dia Art Foundation in New York, the “Shadows” are comprised of an astonishing series of 102 silkscreen paintings in 17 different colours, with a total length of over 130 metres. They recall (...) Read on...

Le Corbusier, the Measure of Man

Visionary. The adjective which best describes the ground breaking work of this architect, a theorist of modernity, but also a painter and sculptor of genius. Through some 300 works, the exhibition shows how deeply Le Corbusier marked the 20th century by turning architecture and the way we (...) Read on...

Gaultier at the Grand Palais

Fabulously creative and curious, almost inseparable from his legendary striped T-shirt, Jean-Paul Gaultier has always seized the latest mood to assert his right to be different. Appropriation, metamorphoses and transgressions are all part of the vocabulary heard in his “maison de (...) Read on...

Piero Fornasetti, practical follies

Drawing on a daily basis since childhood, Piero Fornasetti always described himself as self-taught. Against the advice of his family, he enrolled himself in the Fine Arts Academy in Brera in Italy, but was thrown out two years later for insubordination. He then experimented with engraving and (...) Read on...

Carte blanche to Christian Lacroix

Now experienced in working alongside museums, Christian Lacroix has taken on the challenge of creating a thread to link ambiances in the Cognacq-Jay Museum while working on a concept dear to his artistic approach : the creative world of the 18th century. He has thus invited over 40 (...) Read on...

Louis Vuitton Foundation : a dream come true

First of all, there's the building itself. A magnificent “vessel” signed Frank Gehry, the first artistic feature in this, France's latest cultural adventure. Protected by 12 “sails” made of glass offering a fabulous play of light, this huge architectural sculpture of 11,000 m2 is set (...) Read on...

Musée Picasso Paris, Metamorphosis

Since October 25th - the artist's birthday -, visitors from all over the world have been able to discover the new Picasso Museum in the sublime Hôtel Salé, one of the finest baroque mansions built in the 17th century in the Marais neighbourhood, and listed as an Historic Monument. (...) Read on...

Cyril Mendjisky

Cyril Mendjisky's new studio was originally a sheep-fold. Hollowed out of the rock, this unusual setting is just like the work of this talented artist who finds here a showcase of unpolished charm. Recent offerings are displayed here by this artist with a predilection for metal. “I never do (...) Read on...

Opiom Gallery, a new address for contemporary art

On September 27th, the doors of Opiom - a streamlined building designed by architect José Tauzia - will be opened to the public who will be able to discover an impressive collection of contemporary photography selected by the master of the house, Michaël Zingraf. A discerning collector for (...) Read on...