Lunel: Frac installs “Rivages” for 17 artists in Louis-Feuillade space

Lunel: Frac installs “Rivages” for 17 artists in Louis-Feuillade space

For two months, 17 local and international artists exhibit their “animated landscapes”. Exhibition opening tonight from 7 pm.

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Regional Funds for Contemporary Art, the city invites Frac Occitani of Montpellier to present some works from its collection. Gallery starts with this Saturday 1st April which will end on June 3.

This Friday, March 31, will take place, from 7 p.m., the opening of the exhibition at the Espace Louis-Feuillade in the company of Céline Melissent, responsible for the distribution of the collection within Frac, but also Corinne Poleri, assistant to the culture.

Entitled exhibition beaches which will highlight the many works collected under the theme of the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and its moving landscapes. A short trip, immersed between contemporary art and the richness of our lands. A total of 17 national and international artists are exhibiting.

17 artists exhibited for two months

For the record, Frac offers a wide range of artistic disciplines with paintings, sculptures, photographs, videos or even models. He installed his works in three rooms in the Louis-Feuillade space and one of them is intended for the projection of several videos.

Founded in 1982, Frac Occitanie Montpellier now brings together a public collection of more than 1,300 works by both local and international artists. Since its establishment, the structure has been updated every year.

It presents the most “classic” works in the form of paintings, drawings or sculptures, but also focuses on new forms of contemporary art based, for example, on digital photography or video.

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Note that for the duration of the Rivages Gallery, admission is free.

The exhibition “Rivages” is open to all and free of charge, from April 1 to June 3, 2023. It will open this Friday, March 31, at 7 pm, at the Espace Louis-Feuillade.

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