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Marseille par excellence
"In front of me, I saw this beautiful Marseille, this city of the “midi” meaning the south of France «par excellence». It is located at the bottom of an amphitheater formed by arid rocks like all those of Provence." — Stendhal.
This summer, the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations celebrated its 10th anniversary - 10 exceptional events were organized on this occasion, which will last for a whole year!
From the Neolithic to modern art, the Plant festival, the "Images of the Mediterranean" of the XVIII century, as well as many other exhibitions, music festivals and lectures will truly decorate the year with bright moments.
As part of the celebration, the Museum de Provence presented the exhibition "The Trilogy of Jean Le Gac", revealing the mythical work of the artist, consisting of photographs, drawings, canvases and texts. The confrontation of the three ways of self-exspression
 —  painting, photography and literature — is deliberately built around the most often anecdotal theme, in which hints of the artist's life, his youth and reflections slip through.
Art-o-rama is a unique event featuring a selection of emerging local and international artists. More than 60 galleries and publishers will take part in this 17th edition in Marseille. In addition, you will be guided through all the artistic places of the vast southern region: from Monaco to Montpellier, through Arles, Hyeres, Nice, ending with Marseille.
All aboard ARTEXPLORER, the world's first museum ship! Here you could discover the fascinating exhibition "Présentes", created in collaboration with the Louvre and dedicated to the representation of women in Mediterranean cultures.
Furniture and wall decorations, prints and paintings, fans, bronze, jade and ivory statuettes, curiosities, goldsmiths' and silversmiths' pieces, antique textiles and, of course, earthenware and porcelain — this summer, the "Asie fantasmée" exhibition started in Borely Castle and will continue until May 2024!

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