Foundation for Contemporary sculptures.
This private mansion built in 1694 by the 'compagnie du Cap Nègre' had been bought in 1709 by the family de Montgrand. They own it until 1801.
The main objectives of the Contemporary Art Center are to support young creation, the dissemination of contemporary art and artistic education. It hosts exhibitions and artistic workshops all year round.
Located in the heart of the city of Toulon and built at the beginning of the 20th century, this former seat of the sub-prefecture, which became the Hôtel de la Présidence du Conseil général du Var, now houses an art centre.
At the crossroads in Provence art and nature work together. The Art Center makes contemporary creation vibrate in an exceptional site bordered by the Argens, inviting discovery and reverie.
Since 1990, the Arteum museum of contemporary art has promoted Art in the magnificent rooms of the château (17th century) of Châteauneuf le Rouge town hall.
Located in the heart of the city of Vauban, the Centre d'Art Contemporain is housed in the former prisons of the Palais de Justice of the City of Briançon, a listed historic monument.
The Château Grimaldi became the "Picasso Museum" on 27 December 1966. Picasso stayed there from mid-September to mid-November 1946 and produced many works. He left 23 paintings and 44 drawings in trust to the town of Antibes.
A long-established name in the region, with effective actions in the field to bring knowledge of contemporary art to a diverse population, the association works to promote both young and established artists.
Located in the heart of Aix-en-Provence, a stone’s throw from the Fontaine des Quatre Dauphins, the 18th century ‘Hôtel de Gallifet’ provides a unique hub for all those who are passionate about contemporary art.
Architectural center of Aix-en-Provence classified as a historical monument.
The Vasarely Foundation is a Museum of France since December 10, 2020