Bandeau expérience la culture partout et pour tous © OTC3M

Culture everywhere, for everyone

Culture everywhere, for everyone

The most beautiful treasures aren’t always the best hidden. At the Musée Fabre for example, pieces by the greatest masters in the history of art jockey for position. Gustave Courbet is on display there, Pierre Soulages has his own room, and fantastic exhibitions follow one after the other. In fact, you have until 13 January to come and discover Le Rêve de la Fileuse - Trois Collections en Dialogue (“The Spinner’s Dream - Three Collections in Dialogue”) by DD Dorvillier.

Right nearby at La Panacée, you have a date with Erik Dietman, Haegue Yang and Nedko Solakov: monumental sculptures, brilliant drawings, plants, primitive art, minimalism and “20 wordless paintings”. Have we aroused your curiosity? 


Tip: Take a photographic plunge into the civil rights movement of the 1960s in the United States with I Am a Man, at the Pavillon Populaire through 6 January 2019.

Picto coeur


The Musée Fabre and its masterpieces

Picto plus

Added bonus

The exhibition Le Rêve de la Fileuse and the performances choreographed by DD Dorvillier

Picto étoile

What not to miss

The free exhibition at the Pavillon Populaire, I Am a Man

Read more


Follow us