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There was no indication on the website or when buying tickets that the whole of the upper floor was closed/off limits and so we weren't able to see paintings we had planned to see. Full price, even though the entrance fee is not too costly,...More
It has never happened to me to exit an art museum and feel worse than when I entered. It happened today with Musee Cantini. First, the collection is mediocre, with little to offer to a seasoned art lover. The ground floor is entirely dedicated to...More
Dropped in because we discovered that the Burrell exhibit was present and soon to close. Many awesome works from French painters from the mid 1800s; unhurried viewing, up close.
Permanent collection includes at least one Cezanne and at least 2 Degas
A nice old villa with a nice but limited choice of early C20 artists on display during this visit – Dufy, Derain, Ernst, Dubuffet, Tapies, no doubt limited by the majority of the space being dedicated to the temporary conceptual exhibition pieces.
Nice exterior but...More
Le Rêve [The Dream] was in its final week at the Musée Cantini, and we are soooo glad that we were able to catch this excellent exhibit. The curators designed the exposition to carry the visitor through all three levels of their beautiful museum as...More
We visited this museum when they hosted the "Le Reve" exhibition. The theme of dreams being the source of a fantastic repertoire.
Paintings and sculptures can be found on all three stories in this medium sized building.
By artists like Margritte, Dali and Picasso.
We went to see the new exhibition at this museum after seeing a poster for "Le Rêve" in Aix-en-Provence. The exhibition is spread over 3 massive floors with 7 different sub titles. We were so surprised to see basically all of our favourite artists like...More
Musée Cartini's temporarily exhibition of André Masson on the ground floor room will be lasted till July. These includes his colour drawing works between 1968-83. He was one of the French surrealist artist being exiled to America in war time through the assistance of Varian...More