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The Commanderie de Peyrassol Summer 2021
Founded in the 13th century by the Knights Templar, the Commanderie de Peyrassol covers an area of some 850 hectares dotted with oaks and olive groves, with 92 hectares dedicated to growing grapes. Since 2003, Alban Cacaret has managed the Commanderie de Peyrassol alongside his uncle, Philippe Austruy, who has owned the estate since 2001.
Each year, at least 15,000 visitors come to discover the vineyard, enjoy the local experience and explore the contemporary art collection. The opening of the historic buildings in 2016, renovated by architect Charles Berthier to house the indoor collection, marked the beginning of our efforts to promote works that would not be exhibited in the open air.
This year, the Philippe Austruy Collection is greatly enriched with works of art by both new arrivals and existing French artists such as Bertrand Lavier, Daniel Buren alongside international works by Loris Cecchini, DeWain Valentine, Sun Yuan and Peng Yu.
"David Drebin: The Diamon Dust Collection" is virtually on view at Echo Fine Arts.
The Savannah College of Art and Design's Lacoste campus is celebrating the work of the renowned fashion designer in “Notre Ami, Pierre Cardin.”
MAMAC presents a series of works by the artist couple Barbara and Michael Leisgen, through October 31.
Roni Horn’s “A RAT SURRENDERED HERE” is on view in Renzo Piano Pavilion of Chateau la Coste in Provence, from July 1 until October 24.
“La Réalité dessinée” showcases 40 sketches, studies, and engravings by Alberto Giacometti at Chateau la Coste.
Domaine du Muy opens their Sculpture Park with works by Lynn Chadwick, Thomas Houseago, Dennis Oppenheim and Scenocosme for 2021.
Opening July 3, Fondation Maeght presents “The Giacometti: A Family of Creators.”
“Wabi-Sabi” is an exhibition of works by Anne Laure Sacriste currently on view at M—ARCO until July 16.
Currently on view at the Fondation Linda et Guy Pieters is “L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped” featuring works by Christo and Jeanne-Claude, on view through August 29.