For 26 years now, the Campredon mansion organises exhibitions. It has sponsored no less than 70 major events featuring the great artists in the history of contemporary art.
Just a few examples: Vieira da Silva in 1999, Hervé Di Rosa in 2000, Serge Poliakoff in 2001, René Char and his substantial allies in 2003, Hans Silvester in 2004, Willy Ronis in 2005, Pierre Alechinsky in 2006, Henri Cartier-Bresson in 2007, Ernest-Pignon Ernest in 2008, Anne and Patrick Poirier in 2009, Sarah Moon in 2010 and Hervé Di Rosa in 2011... The Donadéï de Campredon mansion is a beautiful 18th century home, partially classified as a Historical Monument since 1979. The home was acquired by the city in 1978. There are two levels, with a surface area of 400 m². Free for the inhabitants of Isle sur la Sorgue, and for children under 14, and for the handicapped. Winter hours : Tuesday to Sunday from 10 h to 12 h 30 and 14 h to 17 h 30. ( the registers close at 12 : 00 am , and 5 pm evening ) Summer hours : Tuesday to Sunday from 10 h to 13 h and from 14 h 30 to 18 h 30. ( the registers to 12:30 and 18: 00 close ) .
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