St Tropez has forever held a close affinity with fashion. Ever since Brigitte Bardot first made the small French Riviera town into an overnight celebrity icon with her 1956 film And God created Woman, St Tropez has come to represent the Côte d’Azur’s world renowned ‘chic’ culture. [Read more…]
Few would contest that Monaco is a Principality with many jewels in its crown. Clearly, many residents continue to be attracted by factors such as the exceptional property in Monaco, its climate and high class facilities. However, the Principality also has a wider cultural appeal with an excellent range of museums, galleries and events on offer.
Ballet is just one of the art-forms that has enjoyed immense popularity and success in Monaco. Monaco’s royal family have always shown a great appreciation for the arts and ballet has been no exception. In 1985, Princess Caroline established ‘Les ballets de Monte-Carlo’, an official classical ballet company for Monaco. It is both Princess Caroline and another exceptional individual who can be credited with bringing Monaco ballet to the forefront in recent years.
A show of paintings on canvas, paper and silk by British artist Harriet Macaree, who moved to Nice in 2007.
The work is her response to the exotic vegetation, intense heat, heady aromas and gilded light of the Cote d’Azur.
Last week, open daily, 10 am to 6 pm, till 3rd April.
A dynamic and international group of artists (all members of the Hangar) have the pleasure of inviting you to see our latest work: Abstract Vibrations in Valbonne Village. The exhibition follows on from the success of our show in Theoule sur Mer last summer. Please join us. The exhibition will take place: February 3rd – February 26th at 10.00 – 18.00 PM. Vallbonne Village, Place d’Eglise (behind town hall). If you would like information about the artists displaying please check out our website: http://www.hangarart.com.