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Just a few steps from the Cours Mirabeau, a new Arts Centre is opening its doors in the Hotel de Caumont, a fully restored private mansion from the 18th century. Two major temporary exhibitions per year dedicated to great names in the history of...more
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Like most Museums in Aix, Caumont is nice but it is not great. The Marc Chagall collection is the dominant part of the collection. It is lovely but, not going to impress most art lovers. The rest of the collection is un-impressive.
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Beautifully renovated historic residence and gardens, houses a permanent film on Paul Cezanne (to see before visiting his workshop) and temporary exhibits and a café restaurant with light fare in the lovely renovated historic salons. The Chagall exhibit brought together beautiful works and was well...More
Chagall's iconography, which i know, but here it took me some time to get used to. And, even if the exhibition was very crowded, i got into it and was simply amazed and spent quite some time there. the fact to start from his black...More
Enjoyed the Chagall exhibit which shows his evolution in using color, and a lot of the scenery based work. The collection was well presented and documented.
The Hotel de Caumont is a beautiful building too with 2 rooms illustrating how the owners lived in luxurious...More
We visited this museum and so happy we did. I have a limit of one museum a day when on vacation and usually run out of time due to issues with standing. This museum is in old Aix and well worth the time. I like...More
This museum is fascinating in that they will take over the entire facility for an exhibit. The current show on Marc Chagall is beautifully curated. Beyond the art work making this museum special are the building and grounds. The outdoor space with a small but...More