An absolutely overwhelming world-class exhibition at le Musée Rigaud in Perpignan. As Franceinfo puts iti: “C’est l’un des grands événements culturels de l’été: Rodin-Maillol face à face”.
The Musée d’art moderne of Céret is staging an exhibition of the works of Andre Masson
A strange book. I can’t decide if I enjoyed it or not. It reads more like a movie script than a book.
Looking for a great holiday read? What alignment of the planets brought about the meeting of English Mothy Chambers and Bette, a mesmeric young woman, settled in the town of Collioure?
Artist Karin Jolly invites you to an unusual exhibition that attempts to capture the identity of Céret town by using hair!
Spring 2019 was a raging success with the colourful exhibition of Chagall’s lithographs. Summer is set to be a scorcher with Masson’s exploration of nature and being, inspired by Céret landscapes and people
Ever thought of using your outdated bank card to create a flute that can imitate birdsongs? At MuSIC Musee des Instruments in Ceret, you can get a close look at just such an instrument created by Amazonian Indians. Alongside it are instruments created with recycled tin cans and plastic bottles.
Potentially controversial and more than a little provocative, political correctness goes out the window with the latest offering from author of ‘A year in the merde’
Richly told and profoundly moving, Pachinko is a story of love, sacrifice, ambition, and loyalty.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Scottish painter and architect, known around the world for his architectural designs—finished his life in near poverty.