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Provencal Art in Marseille Gallery Pentcheff

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: I wonder if you have heard of Galerie Pentcheff in Marseille? I just stumbled across it on the internet and was amazed to read about the scale of their enterprise. It’s a commercial gallery and bookstore which mounts exhibitions. The current one is ‘Seyssaud, Verdilhan, …

Lucky, a horse made by Remy Pesce, out of horse-shoes @Aixcentric
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Sculpture Trail in Saint-Paul de Vence

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: It is one of the chicest villages on the Cote d’Azur, a great favourite with the tourists, but right now Saint-Paul de Vence is peaceful and their summer sculpture trail is in place until the end of October. ‘Art en Ciel‘ brings ten artists to …

Sculpture Garden @laBastideRose @Aixcentric
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Sculpture Garden at La Bastide Rose

This place is just gorgeous. It was the home of Pierre Salinger, President Kennedy’s press secretary and spokesman, and his fourth wife Poppy. He chose this 17th-century mill on the river Sorgue for retirement in 2000, having sworn that if George W Bush was elected president he would quit the …

Ville de Sanary-sur-Mer @Aixcentric
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Suspended Art in Sanary sur Mer

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Sanary sur Mer has to be one of the nicest seaside towns – the harbour is so picturesque with the traditional pointus, coloured flags and palm trees. Right now there is an extra reason to go and that is ‘L’Art Suspendu‘. Forty-nine artists are exhibiting their …

Dancing in Salon #SalondeProvence @PerfProvence
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Dancing, Music and Art in Provence

Generally, summer is a time of festivals and music all over France. It is best to check the local guides for details as there is plenty to see in the way of art and music in Provence. If you let Provence carry you away, you might find yourself Dancing in …

Carrieres des Lumieres @Aixcentric
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This Summer – Special Shows at Carrieres de Lumieres

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Friday 4th March, was the launch of the 2016 show at the Carrieres de Lumieres at Les Baux de Provence – it’s Chagall – Songes d’Une Nuit d’Ete is an inspired choice for the new show at the Carrieres de Lumieres at Les Baux de Provence. …

Lyon road trip @CuriousProvence
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Impressions, Facts and Things to do in Lyon (other than eat)

So we’re currently lying on the couch holding our bellies after we have been testing their limits all weekend in France’s gastronomic capital. Lyon is a city full of surprises and delicious specialities. I wasn’t expecting the buildings to be so colourful. As it’s so close to the Alps, I …

Carrieres de Lumieres Chagall @Culturespaces
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Chagall at the Carrieres de Lumieres

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Now open! The 2016 show at the Carrieres de Lumieres at Les Baux de Provence – it’s ‘Chagall: Songes d’Une Nuit d’Eté’. What a treat this should be! If you haven’t visited before, this is a unique venue, a disused quarry where 100 projectors transmit images across …

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Carpool to a château or art gallery? Why not! Covoiture-Art

Contributor blog post by Access Riviera: Now, having no car or adversity to using public transport is a thing of the past if you desire to visit art galleries, museums or historical places of interest throughout France – welcome to the concept of Covoiture-Art! We’ve all seen car sharing sites …

Les Collections du Prince de Liechtenstein @Culturespaces #HoteldeCaumont

Collection of the Prince of Liechtenstein Fake Paintings – A Fun Experiment

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Thinking about the question-marks over the authenticity of the Venus (from the art collection of the Prince of Liechtenstein) which was on show at the Hotel de Caumont, I was reminded of an experiment which took place last year at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London. It’s …