Sylvie Piquemal and the Board of Directors
send you its most sincere wishes.
May this year be sweet, full of joy and happiness and may it allow us to see each other again quickly to share beautiful conferences again, beautiful meetings in better conditions.
Our next conference by Agnès Ghenassia has been cancelled
Due to the changing health context and in order to comply with official guidelines, the Vasarely Foundation remains closed until further notice.
The current health situation also forces us to take a break. As a result, our next Art and Advertising conference by Agnès Ghenassia, scheduled for Tuesday October 10 at 10:30 a.m. at 6MIC in Aix-en-Provence, is canceled.
The friends of the Vasarely Foundation hope to be able to reprogram it in the coming months, as soon as sanitary conditions allow it.
We will inform you as soon as possible of the resumption of our activities and we hope to be able to see you very soon.
In the meantime take care of yourself!
The friends of the Vasarely Foundation
Unfortunately our JAZZ NIGHT at the Vasarely Foundation has been canceled !
A conference by Jacques Drouot
Taking the measurement of the scale of distances and times by traveling through the solar system, the Milky Way and other galaxies. Discussing the life of stars, from their birth to their death, before tackling the past and the future of the entire universe.
Becoming aware of the role of stars in our environment and how situate ourselves in this immensity.
Thurday January 23rd 2020 at 6:00pm
MEMBERS ENTRY FEE : 5€
NON MEMBERS : 7€
Jas de Bouffan
1 avenue Marcel Pagnol
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.