Visa Pour l’Image, what a great way to explore and enjoy Perpignan, as you wander from venue to venue in this historic centre.
Les Enfants de la Mer has confirmed Argelès as a key national player in the field of environmental activism and sustainable development. Aiming to engage and educate visitors of all ages, les Enfants de la Mer is a collaborative photography event, unique in France.
If you are unaware of the experimental writer Claude Simon and the fact that he won the Nobel prize for literature in 1985, you are not alone. Happily for us, the Collioure show concentrates on Simon’s visual art – what he did to take a break from his intense textual experiments.
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.
Les Pritchard’s – Eric and Sabine – have brought their all-singing, all-dancing follies to the new Galerie du pavillon des arts behind the obelisk in Port Vendres.
In the courtyard, around the cloister, along the byways of Collioure, the Musée d’art moderne offers a summer programme for all the family.
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.
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.
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.
With a passion for art history, Macedonian painter, Irena Gapkovska, takes inspiration from the Byzantine tradition of icon painting.