From 23 September to 23 December, the exhibition "Albert Gleizes, les années saint-rémoises" is on show at the Musée Estrine.
In 1926, Albert Gleizes and his wife Juliette Roche acquired the Méjades estate in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and moved there permanently in 1939. Under their impetus, in addition to its agricultural function, the estate became a creative centre for both the couple and the artist friends they regularly welcomed. Anne Dangar, the Australian ceramist based at Moly Sabata with whom Gleizes had worked since the 1930s. The couple René and Jacqueline Dürrbach - he a sculptor, very influenced by the work of Gleizes, she a liçière, who wove many tapestries by the cubist master - did not hesitate to move to Saint-Rémy-de-Provence in 1953 after the death of Gleizes. Josep Franch Clapers, a Spanish refugee, was welcomed at Les Méjades. Finally, Baltasar, painter and son of the Dürrbach couple, remains deeply influenced by the Gleizes rule. Their works will converse with those of Albert Gleizes and Juliette Roche to celebrate this 70th anniversary and serve as a reminder of the artistic richness of this region of the Alpilles.
Full price: 7 €, Reduced price: 5 € (Reduced rate on presentation of supporting documents: Groups (minimum 10 people), teachers, students).
School price: €2.00
Free admission (upon presentation of supporting documents):
Under 18s, artists (Maison des Artistes card), ICOMs, journalists (press card), jobseekers, accompanying adults (one per group of 10), Heritage Ambassadors.
Free admission on the first Sunday of the month
Guided tour (monthly appointments): €9 per person
45min-1h - In French
For group bookings :
Minimum 10 people
60€ + 7€ per person
Group ticket Fondation Van Gogh d'Arles: €12.
From 23/09 to 23/12/2023.
Closed on Monday.
Open every day except Monday.
- February, March, November, December
- April, October
10am-12pm and 2pm-6pm
- May, June, July, August, September
10am - 6pm.