Centre d'arts plastiques contemporains

The « Centre d’arts plastiques contemporains » is a modern and contemporary art museum located in a former warehouse dating from the 19th century. The museum was established in this exceptional site at the end of the seventies and already exhibited Warhol, Dine, Magritte or Simon Hantaï.

Although, it is only in 1983 that the museum became a contemporary art museum as such. Its collection of about a thousand items represents the great artistic movement such as : conceptual art, land art, Supports-Surfaces, or arte povera with artists such as Sol Le Witt, Daniel Buren, Claude Viallat.

Also, some work by Spanish artist Miguel Barcelo are also displayed, as well as Robert Combas and photos by Nan Golding. The museum organises temporary exhibitions throughout the year dedicated to contemporary art and also events such as educational meetings, conférences and so on…

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