22 June to 4 November, Tuesday to Sunday 2 to 6pm
An exhibition that is a deep breath where time stands still. Based on the poetry by Philippe Jaccottet, with drawings by Michel Steiner and several other companions.
In the footsteps of the exhibit "Promenades dans la lumière de Vaucluse" which comes down on 4 June, the dialogue between the work by Michel Steiner and the poetry by Philippe Jaccottet continues.
The dialogue also reaches out to other artists and includes paintings, drawings and photographs by artists from the 19th century to the present day, with a connection to Provence such as Claude Firmin and Eugène Martel. An invitation to breathe deep and feel the calm that emanates from the permanent collections and the museum itself, where the pace of life beats to the ticking of an 18th-century clock.
This period is also the time when the garden comes back to life. The garden is a sensorial extension of the collections and a place of biodiversity. The major work done in 2017 on the Canal de Vaucluse which crosses the garden, has finished.
For more information, please visit the website: https://www.vouland.com/.