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Explore Sculptures of Amour Love at Bastide Rose in Le Thor

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric:

The Bastide Rose is the beautiful honey-coloured home of Poppy Salinger who was married to JFK’s press secretary, journalist and writer Pierre Salinger. It stands by the translucent river Sorgue and is the setting for an annual sculpture show. This year, its theme is Amour, in harmony with the MP2018 programme.

…Continue reading here for details on this interesting exhibition of sculptures and other works from 47 artists that runs until October 15, 2018.

Salinger Foundation Amour exposition 2018 Bastide Rose Le Thor

Contact Information:

La Bastide Rose (Boutique Hotel)
Chemin des Coudelières,
84250 Le Thor

Poppy and Pierre Salinger Foundation
Opening hours 14h30 to 19h
Closed Tuesdays

Other artists in Le Thor:

Sculptor Christian Detaux

James Jaulin

Via:: Aixcentric



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