It was with great pleasure that we met so many of you at Agnès Ghenassia’s last conference.
So I suggest that you note now the date of our next conference on Tuesday, June 29 at 10:30 am at 6MIC, 160, rue Pascal Duverger in Aix en Provence, the theme will be: PLASTIC ARTS and MUSIC
And to end this day of June 29, we are offering a concert with internationally renowned artists, Elsa Bonnet on piano and Jérémy Garbarg on cello who will perform a magnificent program for you, Schumann, Mozart and Brahms. This concert will be given at the Vasarely Foundation and will be followed by a cocktail.
Thank you for keeping this date of June 29, when music will be honored for our greatest happiness
Our next conference by Agnès Ghenassia
A conference by Agnès Ghenassia,
Plastic arts and music
With the representation of musicians and instruments, music was initially a formal theme for painters. At the start of the 20th century, it was by relying on music that the pioneers of abstraction took the plunge, and simultaneously, avant-garde composers renewed their language through the confrontation with these painters, highlighting numerous correspondences structural. From the 1950s, it was an open-ended vision of art that the artists of the Fluxus movement imposes, organizing both plastic and musical events, and the very writing of musical scores evolves into “graphic scores”. But above all, they are stories of families and friendships, they are plastic artists and musicians. Musicians painters who have opened up an infinite field of renewal and invention, with a common goal: the expression of emotions.
Conference of Tuesday the 29th of June 2021 at 10:30 am at the 6MIC.
ENTRY FEE MEMBERS : 5€
NON MEMBERS : 7€
The conference will be held at 6MIC (Contemporary Music Hall of the 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 chemin des Aubépines.
Salle des Musiques Actuelles du Pays d’Aix
160, rue Pascal Duverger
COMMENT VENIR AU 6MIC ?
160 rue Pascal Duverger, 13090 Aix-en-Provence
Le 6MIC est situé à l’entrée du nouveau quartier de la Constance à Aix-en-Provence, à quelques centaines de mètres de la Fondation Vasarely, au niveau du chemin des Aubépines.
Correspondance avec l’Aixpress (ligne A)
– Parking Lieutenant-colonel Jeanpierre 600 places – Accès – Parking Krypton 900 places – Accès – Centre commercial Jas de Bouffan
Ligne A – Aixpress > Arrêt Vasarely, puis 600m (10 minutes) puis cheminement piéton chemin des Aubépines > Arrêt Coq d’Argent, puis cheminement piéton route de Valcros (10 minutes)
* Stationnez dans les parkings relais. 2,20 € ticket de bus A/R pour tous les passagers de la voiture 1/2 tarif pour les étudiants
A51 depuis Marseille / Pertuis : sortie Aix-Jas de Bouffan
A8 depuis Nice : direction Gap A51 puis sortie 7 Jas de Bouffan
A8 depuis Avignon, sortie 29 Aix-Ouest, puis suivre « la Constance » / 6MIC.
STATIONNER AU 6MIC
Suivez la signalétique à l’approche du 6MIC.
– Parking du 6MIC 200 places
– Parking face au 6MIC 170 places
– Parking de la fondation Vasarely 100 places
At the Vasarely Foundation
The friends of the Vasarely Foundation present
as part of the 2nd Festival
of deconfined young concert performers
CONCERT for piano and cello
at the VASARELY FONDATION
TUESDAY JUNE 29 2021 at 6:00pm
followed by a cocktail
Elsa BONNET, piano
Jérémy GARBARG, cello
Schumann, Mozart, Brahms
MEMBERS ENTRY FEE : 15€
NON MEMBERS : 20€
Reservations and information
téléphone – 06 09 54 06 77
e-mail – email@example.com
NB : COVID is still here and threatening all of us. Everything is done to welcome you in the best sanitary conditions respecting the instructions of the government. This room, made available to us is disinfected before each meeting that takes place there. Please bring a mask that you will keep throughout the conference. Alcoholic Hydro Gel is at your disposal before entering the room.
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.