Musée d'Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure
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Musée d’Art Moderne
Fonds Peské

Musée d’Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure

Musée d’Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure

Musée d’Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure

Musée d’Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure
 
Musée d’Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure

Collioure has always been a source of inspiration for artists. Writers, poets, singers and painters fell under Collioure’s charm.

That is also why Picasso, Matisse, Derain, Dufy Chagall, Marquet, and many others set up their easels here and immortalized the small Catalan harbor in their works.

Musée d’Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure

With approximately thirty galleries and many artists from the entire world, Collioure still is the ”City of Painters”...
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The Museum of Modern Art in Collioure was founded by Jean Peské in 1930. In the 1980's the municipality of Collioure acquired and restored Gaston Pam’s property so that exhibitions could be held there. These art works came into possession of the community mainly through donations (by Balbino Giner, Descossy, Perrot, Baloffi, Cocteau, and many others). Since then, the exhibitions of contemporary artists have been promoted by the city of Collioure.

Since 1990 the winners of the ”Prix Collioure” who are determined in the ”Germination Europe” have been invited to Collioure. Every two years this prize is awarded to young European artists who are then allowed to work in the museum’s studio for one year. A large exhibition marks the end of the year. When they leave, the artists give one of their creations to the museum...

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Français - French - Französisch - Francés - Francese - Frans English - Anglais - Englisch - Inglés - Engels Español - Spanish - Espagnole - Spanisch - Spagnolo - Spaans

Musée d’Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure

Musée d’Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure

Musée d’Art Moderne Fonds Peské - Collioure
  Opening Musée d’Art Moderne Fonds Peské:    Wheelchair friendly

- 02 january to 30 may - From 10:00 to 12.00 and from 14:00 to 18.00
- Closed day(s): Tuesday
- 01 june to 30 september - From 10:00 to 12.00 and from 14:00 to 18.00
- 01 october to 31 december - From 10:00 to 12.30 and from 14:00 to 18.00
- Closed day(s): Tuesday
- Closed special day(s): 01 january - 01 may - 01 november - 25 december
 
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  * Unguided individual visits
* Individual guided tours
* Groups accepted
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* Disabled reception
* Group guided tours
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  Musée d’Art Moderne
Fonds Peské
 
Leisure - Museum
 
Villa Pams -
Route de Port-Vendres
66190 COLLIOURE
 
Phone +33 4.68.82.10.19
Fax +33 4.68.82.10.19

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contact@collioure.net

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www.collioure.net

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Children: Free
 
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