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Poetry of Joseph Inguimberty & Escales Méditerranéennes

Hosted by the Consul of the Marseille Art Group
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Sat 21 Oct 12:30 - 16:00

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Le Musée met à l’honneur l’exposition Poésie de Joseph Inguimberty, peintre originaire de Marseille ( Protected content ). Son parcours artistique est un regard croisé entre la Provence et l’Indochine.

Cette exposition réunit près de 80 œuvres, liées à ses vingt années passées en Indochine, illustrant paysages, travailleurs dans les rizières, scènes de vie, intimités des femmes, et d’autres révélant l'activité portuaire de Marseille, des paysages des calanques, de l’arrière-pays provençal, de la Côte d’Azur jusqu'à la frontière italienne.

The Museum honors the exhibition Poetry by Joseph Inguimberty, a painter from Marseille ( Protected content ). His artistic journey is a crossed view of Provence and Indochina.

This exhibition brings together nearly 80 works, linked to its twenty years spent in Indochina, illustrating landscapes, workers in rice fields, scenes of life, intimates of women, and others revealing the port activity of Marseille, the landscapes of the creeks, From the Provencal hinterland, from the French Riviera to the Italian border.

Escales Méditerranéennes

Museum showcases 80 works which speed the visitor along a pictoral path, stopping here and there at different ports along the way, courtesy of artists of the 19th and 20th centuries celebrating an « art de vivre » of the Mediterranean, where the human element plays a major role.
So many painters have set down their easels on coastlines from the Vermilion Coast to the Côte d’Azur, from Algeria to the Adriatic, inspired by the distinctive characters of certain cities, the lively port scenes, the exceptional geography of the shores between the coves and the hills.

With each artist comes a vision and a special approach mixing romanticism, realism, neo-impressionism, fauvism, pointillism and expressionism. The narrative wends its way through 10 places – Collioure, Martigues, Marseille, Cassis – La Ciotat, Toulon – the Isles of Hyères, Saint-Tropez, Esterel – Agay, Antibes – Cannes, Venice – Dubrovnik – Naples and Alexandria – Algiers. The wide ranging and enchanting nature of these points of view are brought into a larger-than-life perspective by Camoin, Casile, Courdouan, Dyf, Friesz, Galland, Garibaldi, Guillaumin, Hurard, Lebasque, Martin, Olive, Peske, Picabia, Ponson,Puy, Seyssaud, Signac, Valtat, Verdilhan and Ziem.