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The Fabre Museum, a journey through 600 years of painting

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  • .Courbet
  • .Véronèse
  • .Soulages

Entering the Fabre Museum, a step or two away from Place de la Comédie, means plunging into a wonderful world that is both far away and close at hand.

From June 15th to September 23rd, don't miss the exhibition "Picasso-Donner à voir" !


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Soulages in minor key

As a young native of Aveyron, Pierre Soulages, the most famous French contemporary painter, regularly visited the Fabre Museum, and met his wife
there.

34 major paintings by the creator of Outrenoir, including some 20 works donated by the artist, give an overview of his career in 600m2 of specially designed rooms. A starting point before a visit to the Soulages Museum in Rodez and the stained-glass windows in the Conques abbey church, 2 hours away from Montpellier.

The summer exhibition in the Musée Fabre

From June 15th to September 23th, the Fabre museum presents its fabulous summer exhibition "Picasso - Donner à voir".

The exhibition Picasso - Donner à voir presents a dozen or so milestone moments from which a new form, a new style, new processes emerge.

It brings together an ensemble of masterpieces that pinpoint the start of a fresh direction in his artistic practice, rounded out with archive documents and preparatory drawings to produce a snapshot and an analysis of his transformation in action.

This selection of works will be displayed in an open-plan exhibition format that is conducive to identifying connections between the different stages of his artistic practice.

Come to discover the great exhibition at the Fabre Museum of Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole, enjoy to spend a cultural weekend in Montpellier ! 

Enjoy our special offer from  52,50 EUR per person (based on double room) from Friday 15 June 2018  to Sunday 23 September 2018

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