Dear Members, Dear Friends

Looking forward to welcoming you, already remember the dates of the next conferences, Tuesday November 16 which will be followed by a dance performance in the evening at the Vasarely Foundation and Thursday December 9 which will end the year.

I remind you that the sanitary pass and the wearing of a mask are compulsory.

Sylvie Piquemal

Sylvie Piquemal


Conference of the 16th of November 2021 at 10:30 am

Our next conference at the 6MIC

Dance and the plastic arts, the 16th of November at 10:30 am

Conference: Dance and the plastic arts

A conference by Agnès Ghenassia,

Modernity gave birth to “free dance”, which profoundly changed for painters and sculptors the way of representing the body. Common research on movement; light and sound then brought together choreographers and visual artists around the 1950s. Finally, the common desire to bring art closer to life brings together contemporary dance and the art of performance. Contemporary designers feed off these mutual influences.

Conference of Tuesday the 16th of November 2021 at 10:30 am at the 6MIC.


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
13090 Aix-en-Provence

Dance show of the 16th of November 2021 at 7:00 pm

Followed by a cocktail at the Vasarely Foundation

Kinetics, shapes in motion, bodies in formation

Spectacle de danse : Cinétique, des formes en mouvement, des corps en formation



A dance show followed by a cocktail

TUESDAY 16th of NOVEMBER 2021 at 7:00pm

Compagnie Pierre de Lune

Chorégraphie Katia Pierre

Carte blanche to the Pierre de Lune Choreographic Group made up of young dancers from the Katia Pierre dance school (Pays d’Arles). The choreographer continues her creative process dedicated specifically to museum space, these young artists are shaking up the idea of ​​dance, just as dance renews the approach we have of the museum. Art is decompartmentalised in favor of transversality offering a space conducive to performance. This represents an essential aspect of the artistic process of the Company, the questions it raises concern duration and ephemerality, we also glimpse the role of the document and the function of memory …


Reservations et information
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Fondation Vasarely
1, avenue Marcel Pagnol
13090 Aix-en-Provence

NB: Unfortunately COVID is still here and threatens all of us. Everything is done to welcome you in the best sanitary conditions respecting the instructions of the government. Please bring your health pass and a mask that you will keep throughout the show. Alcoholic Hydro Gel is at your disposal before entering the room.

Intérieur de La Fondation VasarelyVasarely Foundation,  hall n°5

Reflecting on the art and avant-garde look that Victor Vasarely focused on the role of the artist in the twentieth century, the Foundation was created to popularize art without cultural or social discrimination: an art for all; accessible to everyone.
Avant-garde architecture, the Foundation is thought of as a gigantic lumino-kinetic sculpture where the optical animations of the facade prefigure the kinetic games of the 42 monumental integrations that we discover inside the building.
The most famous works of Victor Vasarely are presented to the Foundation in the form of monumental works allowing the visitor to appreciate the outcome to which Vasarely brings geometric abstract painting under the name of kinetic art. Vasarely was one of the promoters of this movement, as well as his son Yvaral, visual artist and graphic designer. The Foundation presents their works, as well as those of contemporary artists who work on the interactions between the work and the public in temporary exhibitions.

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.