Burrell Collection Musée Cantini Marseille
AixcentricArtists Inspired by ProvenceLifestyle: Art & Culture

Visit Glasgow’s Burrell Collection on Display the Musée Cantini, Marseille

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: The Musée Cantini has recently re-opened and is hosting an exhibition of paintings from Glasgow’s Burrell Collection, itself now closed for renovation. Sir William Burrell, a member of a wealthy Scottish ship-building family, was an avid collector of art, and amassed 9000 items which he donated …

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Avignon Musées Mirabilis Museums
AixcentricLifestyle: Art & Culture

Museums of Avignon Musées Mirabilis is the Big Summer Show

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: The wonderfully creative Arlésien designer Christian Lacroix has been given free rein to choose items from the museums of Avignon for ‘Mirabilis’, the summer show. And ‘marvellous’ it surely will be: visitors can see 350 to 400 works, documents and collections, from prehistory to ethnic collections to modern …

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Musée National Marc Chagall Abraham _ the Three Angels
Artists Inspired by ProvenceJ. ChristinaLifestyle: Art & Culture

Treasures of the French Riviera: Musée National Marc Chagall

Situated on the southeast coast of the French Riviera, Nice, France hardly needs an introduction as one of the most beautiful and sophisticated regions in the world. Nice is the second-largest city in the Provence-Alpes Cote d’Azur – often referred to as the Queen of the French Riviera. Whether you …

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Picasso Provence Exhibits
AixcentricArtists Inspired by ProvenceLifestyle: Art & Culture

There are Plenty of Picasso in Provence Exhibits on Right Now

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Two exhibitions are now open in Marseille, both dedicated to Picasso, as part of the ‘Picasso-Méditerranée 2017-2019′ cultural programme. (These join the other Picasso-orientated shows which I list further down this post.) ‘Picasso et Les Ballets Russes, entre Italie et Espagne’ focuses on four productions …

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Musée National du Sport Nice France French Riviera @AccessRiviera
Explore: Travel in ProvenceLocals Travel TipsRebecca Whitlocke

Visit the Musée National du Sport in Nice for Family Activities on the French Riviera

Contributor blog post by Access Riviera: The Musée National du Sport is an excellent place to go for families visiting or living on the French Riviera. Located at the Allianz Riviera stadium in Nice, it is the only national museum in France dedicated to sport. What is on display at the …

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Love as a Muse Musee Regard de Provence Sa Muse Affiche-Titre-Sa-Muse
AixcentricArtists Inspired by ProvenceLifestyle: Art & Culture

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

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: 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 …

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Picasso Museum Aixe-en-Provence Musée Jacqueline et Pablo Picasso
AixcentricArtists Inspired by ProvenceLifestyle: Art & Culture

Major New Picasso Museum to open in Aix-en-Provence in 2021

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: The former convent and college des Precheurs in Aix centre ville has been sold for 11.5 million euros to house an extensive collection of Picasso’s works – paintings, ceramics, sculptures – 2,000 in all. The Musée Jacqueline et Pablo Picasso will be the third museum …

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André Maire Art Exhibit Musée Regards de Provence
AixcentricArtists Inspired by ProvenceLifestyle: Art & Culture

New Art Exhibition at Musée Regards de Provence in Marseille

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: I have to hand it to the Musée Regards de Provence who seem to keep finding interesting local artists to introduce to us all. This time it is André Maire (1898-1984) who was an inveterate traveller. He was very curious about people, civilisations and religions, …

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Pont du Gard Kayaking Provence @PerfProvence
Barefoot BloggerExplore: Travel in ProvenceProvencal History & Traditions

Pont du Gard, France: Is it Architecture or Art?

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: Visiting monuments isn’t on the top of my sightseeing list; however I heard that Pont du Gard was a “must.” It is reportedly one of the most visited sites in France but, not until I saw it myself would I know why. It literally took my breath …

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Roman Barge Arles Museum Antiquity
Explore: Travel in ProvenceKeith Van SickleProvencal History & Traditions

Discovering the Roman Barge and Other Treasures of Arles

The Roman History of Arles What’s 2,000 years old, 100 feet long and used to float? If you guessed a Roman barge, you win!  And you can see one now in the Arles Museum of Antiquity. Arles was once an important Roman town, a trading center with a major port. …

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