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Culture and exhibitions in November

Our selection of cultural and artistic events around Saint-Saturnin-les-Apt. So many ideas to ask weekends or short weeks of vacation, and enjoy the very pleasant climate of the South of France in autumn, in the Vaucluse.

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Jannick Chiraux exhibition in November - Luberon Apt

Inspired by the world of great comic authors (Munoz, Pratt, Mattoti, Loustal…), Jannick Chiraux offers works with a polished and graphic style.
A sweet and colorful work, less than 1/4 of an hour from our holiday villas

His palette draws on the colours of painters such as Gauguin, Manet, Degas, Schiele…
Like these great artists, Jannick Chiraux’s brush works with the material.
With the great richness of shades used, he gives his paintings the vibration of velvet, and a very present light, all smooth.
Plastician and graphic designer in his early hours, he focuses on the representation of the living in his environment, and captures spontaneity.

Jannick Chiraux is to be discovered from 5 to 19 November 2019.
Salle exhibition office of the Tourist Office – 788 bd Victor Hugo – 84400 Apt / Phone: 04.90.74.03.18

Woven works by African artists: exhibition

It’s at the Blachère Foundation (Apt): the exhibition explores the themes of yarn, weaving, bonding, weaving… its roots in the roots of Africa. Close to our vacation rentals (14 min)

22 contemporary artists, men and women, from various African countries were selected. You can enjoy their works of woven and braided yarns until November 17th.
And besides it’s free … Learn More

It is at Lourmarin Castle, less than 30km from the hameau oliveraie’s holiday homes.

The castle exhibits for the first time its private collection of original prints by 18th and 19th century Japanese masters.
It is also the pretext for a wider journey on artistic creation in Japan. Because there is a beautiful place in manga, street art, origami…

Thus, the classical masters (Utagawa Hiroshige, Kitagawa Utamaro…) rub shoulders with contemporary artists, some of whom explore the ancestral techniques of Japanese printmaking (Yoshimi Katahira, in residence at the castle, Eva Pietzcker,Tian )
Until the 15th November. Learn More

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