Dear Members, Dear Friends
As the New Year dawns, I wanted to express my most sincere wishes to you, wishes of joy, happiness, beautiful artistic discoveries and, above all, good health.
The year 2021 is coming to an end and despite the Covid, we have had a busy year with many and interesting conferences presented by Agnès Ghenassia. I would like to thank her warmly for all this work which allowed us to discover many artists and to enrich us during each of our meetings.
For our next meetings, I inform you that we will be equipped with the application allowing us to check your health passes. So don’t worry, faced with the resurgence of the Virus, we would like to offer you all the guarantees so that you are protected as well as possible.
Best regards to all, and above all, take care of yourself.
our next meeting on february 8th at 10:00 am
A new conference by Agnès Ghenassai at the 6MIC
Conference by Agnès Ghenassia
For centuries, the representation of flowers in painting was endowed with a precise symbolic charge.
The Impressionists ended this tradition by looking at flowers for what they are, a manifestation of the beauty of the world. A few modern artists have devoted themselves to it, but it is especially among contemporary ones, freed from the dictates of “modernism”, that flowers are once again the object of strong and unique practices.
So, a few days before Valentine’s Day, this conference will offer you a cheerful bouquet! (or rich and varied, as you prefer)
Conference on Tuesday the 8th of February 2022 à 10h30
ENTRY FEE FOR MEMBERS : 5€
NON MEMBERS : 7€
The conference will be held at the 6MIC (Salle des Musiques Actuelles du Pays d’Aix), located at the entrance to the new Constance district in Aix-en-Provence, a few hundred meters from the Vasarely Foundation, at the level of the chemin des Aubépines.
Salle des Musiques Actuelles du Pays d’Aix
160, rue Pascal Duverger
In creating his architectural center in 1976, Victor Vasarely made a gesture of exceptional significance and generosity. This French artist of Hungarian origin (Pécs 1906 – Paris 1997), internationally recognized as the father of Op Art, a specialist in optical and kinetic effects, as well as a brilliant advertising illustrator, created in Aix-en-Provence “La Cité polychrome of happiness “, bringing together visual artists, architects and urban planners, and wished to promote a social art accessible to all.