To hell with complexes!
Long taken from above, or reduced to its industrial zone, the birthplace of privateer Jean Bart is getting its revenge.
The cities of the South have better watch out.
We thought she was asleep, we discovered her vibrating, we thought she was gray and dark, she sparkles with shimmering colors and positive energies.
Driven by this momentum, the city is betting more particularly on its cultural assets this year, starting with the
Frac Grand Large
, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a superb exhibition,
), whose works echo the coastal identity of the city, at the crossroads of maritime routes.
This temple of contemporary art is worth as much for the quality of the works exhibited as for its architectural structure.
It occupies two twin buildings.
One is the Halle AP2, a former “industrial cathedral”, a remnant of the old shipyard, which saw the birth of the largest ships;
the second, juxtaposed, is the modern replica…
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