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At the initiative of the Musée de Beaux-Arts de Calais, for the first time in France, Street Art enters the museum.

The Centre d’art contemporain of Matmut organize, for the 20th anniversary of Quentin Garel's debut as an artist, a retrospective of his « palimpsestes », large size drawings, and thirthy sculptures including monumentals and exclusives ones exhibited in the galleries and the park.

From May 28th to October 20th 2010 the Nomad Art Center show at Jardin des Plantes of Toulouse a solo exhibition dedicated to sculptures of Lionel Sabatté.

Until May 25th, the croatian artist Davor Vrankic show his artworks on paper at Centre d'art of Perpignan, Acentmètresducentredumonde inside solo exhibition "Meeting Point".

For the first time, Lionel Sabatté is exhibited in Lyon from March 21st to June 21st 2019 through a unique art walk called «Qui sait combien de fleurs ont dû tomber ? »

In this exhibition, Stéphane Pencréac'h explore a distant past period and religious because it took inspiration from one of its first artwork which represent "Station of the cross" scene, from Issenheim altarpiece. A traditional subject from middle age.

To commemorate the centenary of WWI armistice and pay tribute to the soldiers, the museum of Legion d'honneur held in partnership with Military governor of Paris, the exhibition « 100 ans après… ».

The exhibition "Essence Naturelle" show a selection of artworks made by a dozen of artists (Constance Guisset, Lionel Sabatté, Charlotte Vitaioli, Sébastien Gouju...) and pieces from the collection of Musée des Sciences until January 6th 2019.

From November 5th to 9th Sonac made street interventions in Strasbourg to announce our participation to St'Art Art Fair.

You can discover 17 black and white animals in the city before to discover her photographs in our booth from November 16th to 18th.

As an echo from portraits collection of Musée Louis-Philippe, and more specially of Galerie de Guise, le FRAC Normandie Rouen show portraits artworks from its collection from september 8th to October 28th 2018 including prints works by  Gaël Davrinche.