To complement its season dedicated to the Eternal City, one of Germany’s premier fine art museums made Aix-en-Provence a loan of a unique collection
The honour of presenting the first live show after the lockdown-induced dry spell goes to one of the most exciting French ballet companies
Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida was once one of the most successful artists of the early 20th century before falling into relative obscurity outside of his native country
Charlotte Arnal, a young activist from Aix-en-Provence, is (quite literally) on her way to changing the French Constitution to give animals protected legal status
One is famous for his inflated forms and exaggerated figures, while the other is the father of Cubism and one of the most influential artists (if not the most influential) of the 20th century.