A passionate collector has recently bequeathed her impressive collection of paintings to the Musée d’Art Moderne in Céret.
Published in 2015 this is an important and relevant novel discussing nature and humanity
Here in the Mediterranean south of Europe, celebrations start sooner, as the may trees or hawthorns are already bursting into bloom in April.
A review of the 2011 Man Booker Prize Winner : Sense of an Ending, by Julian Barnes
“Les Nanas”, an exhibition by Jacques Capdeville at the Musée d’Art Moderne de Collioure, is 100% female.
Tuesday 20 March at 15h00 the new Médiathèque “Antonio Machado” will open its doors to the public.
Did you know that Rudyard Kipling wrote a short story during one of his stays in Vernet-les-Bains in 1911? ‘Why does it snow in Vernet’ pokes fun at the English habit of talking about the weather.
Pull up a basket, snuggle down into your cushion, grab a box of tissues – and read the heart warming/heart breaking story of the retired English teacher and his psychologist wife who have opened up the doors of their Dordogne home to thirty old, sick or disabled dogs.
The Spring exhibition at the Musée d’art moderne de Ceret is dedicated to the intriguing works of Joan Ponç, a Catalan artist whose paintings resemble both the distortions of Dali and the fantasy of Miro. And then there is the devil.
2018 is set to be one heck of a year at the Musée d’art moderne in Céret with two fabulous exhibitions dedicated to Catalan surrealist legend, Joan Ponç, and contemporary Frano-Moroccan abstract artist, Najia Mehadji