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What to see in les Baux de Provence ?

Discover 10 unique evenings to relive the feeling of previous seasons’ shows realised by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto et Massimiliano Siccardi

Attend the night-time projections of the shows, “Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael. Giants of the Renaissance” (2015), “Chagall. Midsummer Night’s Dreams” (2016) and “The Fantastic and wonderful world of Bosch, Brueghel and Arcimboldo” (2017). 

The digital and immersive exhibitions

The exhibition “Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael presented in 2015 is an exceptional opportunity to see the greatest masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance in a new light. 

In 2016, focus on Chagall. This show is designed as a veritable journey through the major phases of the artist’s career.

Past year, this exhibition invites you to explore the unbridled imagination of the animated paintings of Bosch, Brueghel and Arcimboldo. Bosch’s hallucinatory imagination and Arcimboldo’s highly creative and improbable faces are complemented by the joyous triviality of Bruegel’s works, whose many figures are inspired by reality. 

Get a jump in the immersive digital show within the Carrieres de Lumieres in les Baux de Provence.

The new exhibition which starts March, 2nd and lasts until January, 6th 2019 retraces a century of spanish painting!

Digitised masterpieces by Picasso, Goya, and Sorolla will create a dialogue to the sound of music on the immense limestone surfaces of the Carrières. A veritable invitation to go on a journey of discovery, this original multimedia show provides visitors with an intense artistic experience.

From the royal court to Goya’s rustic scenes, Rusiñol’s enchanting gardens, Zuloaga’s portraits, and Sorolla’s luminous beach scenes, visitors are invited to go on a journey of discovery and then immerse themselves in the rich and captivating pictorial world of Picasso and his masterpiece. The distinctive forms of the Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907), the soothing pink and blue of The Pipes of Pan (1923), the menacing potency of Guernica (1937), and the Mediterranean shores of The Joy of Life (1946) take the viewers into the heart of the artist’s creative genius.

Designed as a journey of discovery of Iberian art in the twentieth century, the digital and immersive exhibition ‘Picasso and the Spanish masters’ presents thousands of moving images of digitised works, which are brought to life via the cutting edge AMIEX® technical equipment. Hence, the white limestone walls are transformed into masterpieces lit up by around a hundred projectors. The visitors are invited to stroll around freely in the monumental spaces of the Carrières in order to discover in their own time the dynamic projections around them. A vibrant selection of music will help enrich the emotional experience of the visitor, who will discover the masterpieces from the unique perspective of a global experience of dematerialised art.