Drama per musica orchestre « le corps du théâtre » et se saisit de sa machinerie pour créer un espace métaphorique.
It bubbles, it breathes, it emerges: art takes a stimulating bath in this gallery with its unique patio,and we immerse ourselves with it.
This is one gallery owner who can truly claim to live his art. Arnaud Deschin installs works in his own home and invites us in to see them.
You won’t stumble across it by chance. At the back of a courtyard in the 8th arrondissement, this gallery gives price of place to photography. Gelatin-silver prints can be a real goldmine!
Look closely to the right of the concourse in front of the city hall – the entrance is very discreet. Here you will find the Espace Villeneuve Bargemon, a very well-hidden exhibition space.
Also known as the Garden of the Muses, no doubt because all the performing arts rub shoulders here. A truly inspired location.
Get ahead. Discover tomorrow’s artists and treat yourself to works that are palatable. In this gallery you don’t have to eat the old crusts.
L’artiste allemand expose une vingtaine de toiles dans le fortin de l’Estaque
The “Mac” in Marseille is not just good for getting out of the rain. Take your time and enjoy a peaceful break admiring all the art works, far from the madding crowd. Culture accessible right off the street.
Getting to this little fort is already something of a journey. In the far reaches of the Estaque, its wide bay windows sweep over the harbour in Marseille. This is an ideal place for meditation. There is life after the noise of the beach !