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The agenda for 2022

See all the dates of the great events which punctucates the year!
Festivals, exhibitions, show, here is our selection Baumanière.

Our concierge and our teams are available to advise you an itinerary and organize a bike or car rental. Contact us, we take care of everything!

10 minutes away

– From 04 March 2022 to 02 January 2023
Venice the Serenissima 2022 exhibition at the Carrières de Lumières in Baux-de-Provence
Strolling along the Grand Canal and canals, the alleys and squares, the buildings and churches, enjoy a walk between the interior and exterior, the sacred and the profane, in search of the visible symbols of an exceptional past. The digitised masterpieces are displayed in musical dialogue on the immense limestone surfaces of the quarries.

– All year round except from January to early March
Yves Brayer Museum
The Yves Brayer Museum hosts a major retrospective of the work of this painter, who is very attached to Mediterranean countries and is one of the most representative of 20th century figurative art.

– 20 and 27 July at 8.30pm / 3, 10, 17 and 24 August at 8.30pm / 10, 17 and 24 September at 8.30pm / 26 and 27 October at 8.30pm / 2 and 3 November at 7pm / 28 December at 7pm
“Les Intégrales des Carrières” at the Carrières de Lumières
During these unique evenings, come and discover or relive the emotion of Gaudi, Cezanne or Bosch.

20 minutes away

– Until 23 October 2022
Nicole Eisenman – at the Fondation Van Gogh in Arles
The Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles presents an exhibition of new works by Nicole Eisenman. This exhibition engages in a dialogue between the practice of the American painter Nicole Eisenman (Verdun, 1965) and works by some thirty modern artists from the collections of the partner museums: the Aargauer Kunsthaus in Switzerland, the Kunsthalle Bielefeld in Germany and the Kunstmuseum in The Hague, Netherlands.

– All year round
After the creation of the LUMA Foundation in 2004, dedicated to supporting contemporary artistic creation, Maja Hoffmann launched the LUMA Arles project in 2013 in the Parc des Ateliers. This creative campus offers artists new perspectives for creation, collaboration and presentation of their work to the public.
Discover the Parc des Ateliers, the tower, the gardens, the historical buildings and the exhibitions.

30 minutes away

– From 02 July to 09 October 2022
“Dan Flavin, Epiphanies” at the Collection Lambert in Avignon
In 1974, Yvon Lambert organised an exhibition devoted to Dan Flavin in his Paris gallery, in collaboration with the artist. This event is a natural part of a cycle of exhibitions dedicated to the new American and European avant-gardes and which place Yvon Lambert at the forefront of the defence of the artists of his time.

– From 07 to 26 July 2022
Festival d’Avignon
The Festival d’Avignon is the most important event for theatre and live performance in France, and one of the most important in the world in terms of the number of creations and spectators gathered. The IN is performed in 12 mythical venues in Avignon, including the main courtyard of the Popes’ Palace, while the OFF offers no less than 1,480 dance, song, street theatre, etc. plays this year.

1 hour and more

– All year round
The Hôtel de Caumont, one of the most beautiful private mansions in Aix-en-Provence, is an art centre that honours painters during temporary exhibitions. It is also a “reconstructed museum” (period decoration and atmosphere), with a French garden, as well as an elegant tea room that also offers catering.

– Until 02 October 2022
“Via Roma and Plossu-Granet” at the Granet Museum in Aix-en-Provence
Labelled “Musée de France”, the Granet Museum is an institution of the city of Aix-en-Provence. It presents nearly 750 works from Antiquity to the 21st century.

– All year round
The Vasarely Foundation in Aix en Provence
Inaugurated in 1976, the Aix-en-Provence Architectural Centre, classified as a historical monument in 2013, is the core of Victor Vasarely’s plastic and scientific project. At the heart of a lumino-kinetic building, 16 hexagonal modules present 44 monumental architectural integrations whose common thread is optical art. These works are the result of a fruitful collaboration between the artist, architects and companies, with the aim of creating the “polychrome city of happiness”.