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Sa Muse – Love as the Muse at Musee Regards de Provence

Just opened, and with perfect timing to catch the wave of ‘Quel Amour’, the new exhibition at Marseille’s Musée Regards de Provence illustrates the relationship between the artist and his or her muse. “The modern muse has this irresistible faculty to appeal to the artist and often to his heart, to push him to the highest of his creation,” they explain.

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The Sa Muse exhibition at Musée Regards de Provence runs until August 26, 2018. The works on display cover modern and contemporary areas and multi-mediums including paint, sculptures and photography (still and video). The pieces explore the subject of the Muse as lover, model, ordinary woman, fleeting shadow or diva.

The museum is open every day except Mondays. You can purchase tickets online or use your Provence Pass to get 2 for 1 entry. Make a nice day of your visit and plan to have lunch or a drink in the café.

Previous shows at Musée Regards de Provence.

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