Visa Pour l’Image, what a great way to explore and enjoy Perpignan, as you wander from venue to venue in this historic centre.
Port Vendres’ Pavillon des Arts is host to the maritime paintings of Romer Kitching in which docks, boats, sky and sea take on an immaterial aspect in the hands of this classically trained artist.
An anonymous 12th century sculptor, the Master of Cabestany was not recognised until the 1930s when a Romanesque-style tympanum was unearthed during renovation work at the parish church of Cabestany.
Also an avid gardener, Calcutta-born artist, Ansua Dutta-Wystup, loves to paint the simplicity of nature. Combining her Bengal Art School training of line and form with her own unique blend of impressionism, her works are characterised by calm and serenity.
With quaint, cobbled streets, pretty squares, lively shops, restaurants, and bars, and art and music museums, there is certainly enough temptation to hang around the town, but there is plenty going on around and about too.
The new exhibition in The Museum of Modern Art is chock full of fun-fair treats. My favorites were a singing and dancing sculpture, a polka-dot playroom and a wall of Where’s Wally.
If you happen to be in Perpignan at the end of the summer and notice an unusually large number of people wandering around with large cameras dangling from their torsos, it is because you have stumbled across « Visa Pour L’Image ».
American artist, Suzanne Dunaway, shares her time between Rome and Collioure. She paints with strong, dissonant colours, for no other reason than this is how she sees the world.
Jazz en Tech 2023 – from 21 July to 6th August – is showcasing a wonderful selection of International and French jazz musicians and singers, with programme defined to appeal to all
Creating impressionistic digital art inspired by the works of Monet and Van Gogh, Anita Abram’s pieces reflect the light and colours that are so unique to the P-O.