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Spring is coming back... and with it a wind of lightness. From March 26 to June 1, 2022, 126 multicolored butterflies will adorn the 28 trees of the Cour Saint-Emilion, bringing with them a breath of fresh air and freedom. 

“The block”: here is a name that was not chosen at random. Launched by Patrick Baradel, this space aims to help four artists a year to make a name for themselves in the art world, a world, it must be said, very closed. He chose this name in reference to the city in which he grew up (in the 93). And today, thanks to him, this word takes on a whole new meaning...

It is within the framework of an unprecedented transatlantic partnership that this exhibition was able to see the light of day. Indeed, the Villa Albertine, in New York, will host from May 4 to 8 the Tastemakers exhibition, organized by the Paris-based Galerie Kugel. An exhibition offering an overview of the luxury market in XNUMXth century France.

The Château du Clos Lucé in Amboise is devoting an exhibition-event to Saint Jerome by Leonardo da Vinci, an unfinished masterpiece, from June 10 to September 20, 2022, to celebrate the immortal spirit of Leonardo da Vinci in the very place where he lived. This masterpiece, on exceptional loan from the Vatican Museums, is one of the Italian master's most intense.

From April 7 to June 4, 2022, the works of Philippe Dupuy invite themselves to Rupture Arts & Books. For the occasion, the bookstore-gallery is opening up to comics and exhibiting one of its best ambassadors: Philippe Dupuy, to whom we owe the famous Monsieur Jean series with Charles Berberian, and the recent volumes Paint or Do not paint. 

From August 26 to 28, 2022, on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the painting “Impression, soleil levant”, a masterpiece by Claude Monet painted in 1872 in Le Havre and from which the Impressionist movement takes its name, the Normandy Impressionist festival offers a festive and cultural weekend. Here is the program.
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