Plein Sud Network

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Faced with the sanitary crisis, art institutions decided to create the united network Plein Sud which, from Montpellier to Monaco via Sète, Avignon, Arles, Nice, Digne les Bains, Toulon or Hyères, are resolved to satisfy our desire for art and contemporary creation.

As a leading tourist destination in France outside of Paris, the South has undeniable assets. Its art of living, the unusual diversity of its natural and unspoiled landscapes and its heritage make it the preferred destination for holidays. We want to offer visitors a rich and exhilarating multiplicity of routes between our different places.

Our goals are :

  • Maintain a cultural offer in the South of France, for all audiences ;
  • Create and distribute a free document bringing together the programme of all the places ;
  • Meet regularly to consult on our exhibitions, our educational and cultural actions and to continue to  support artists ;
  • Widen the circle of cultural actors involved in this process over the years.

They joined us

  • CRAC Occitanie
  • MO.CO Montpellier Contemporain
  • FRAC Occitanie Montpellier
  • Nîmes Carré d’Art
  • Fondation Vincent Van Gogh Arles
  • LUMA Arles
  • Collection Lambert Musée d’art contemporain
  • Château La Coste
  • Fondation Vasarely
  • 3 Bis F – Lieu d’Arts contemporains
  • MUCEM
  • CIRVA
  • Centre de la Vieille Charité
  • Musée des Arts Décortifs, de la Faïence et de la Mode – Château Borély
  • Musée des Beaux Arts de Marseille
  • Musée d’Histoire de Marseille
  • FRAC PACA
  • FRAEME
  • Triangle France-Astérides
  • Les Capucins
  • Fondation Camargo
  • Villa Tamaris
  • L’Axolotl, Cabinet de curiosités
  • Villa Noailles
  • Villa Théo
  • Fondation Carmignac
  • Domaine du Rayol
  • Commanderie de Peyrassol
  • Châteauvert
  • Abbaye du Thoronet
  • Château de Fabrègues
  • Venet Foundation
  • Domaine du Muy
  • Villa Navarra
  • EAC. / Espace de l’Art Concret
  • Fondation Maeght
  • MAMAC Nice
  • Villa Arson
  • Nouveau musée national de Monaco
  • Cap Moderne
  • CAIRN
  • Musée Gassendi