Logo Plein Sud
Back

The Fernand Léger Museum member of the Plein Sud network

The Marc Chagall National Museum is a member of the Plein Sud network

 

The Fernand Léger Museum member of the Plein Sud network

Born in the spring of 2020 from the will of the main actors of visual arts in the South of France to federate in order to promote the exceptional richness of the contemporary art offer on the territory, the Plein Sud network reflects the spirit of union of 65 contemporary art places from Sérignan-Sète to Nice-Monaco.

The Plein Sud network exists today in the form of a paper guide, which invites each summer the public of all horizons to discover the program from June to October of the 65 places members of the network. The network also has a website, offering an immersion in the experience of contemporary art throughout the year. The pleinsud.art website will lead you to a multiplicity of artistic paths and places with remarkable heritage and architecture, in the heart of large cities in the south of France (Avignon, Montpellier, Marseille or Nice), villages and mythical ports of Provence (Saint-Paul-de-Vence, Toulon-Hyères, Vallauris...), on islands with protected environments (Iles du Levant, Porquerolles) or in the mountains (Digne-les-Bains or Embrun). To discover it, click here.

The Fernand Léger Museum, a place of discovery and exhibition of today's artists

Since the early 2000s, the National 20th Century Museums of the Alpes-Maritimes have placed contemporary creation at the heart of their artistic and cultural project, working on the points of encounter and extension between the three tutelary and emblematic figures of the artistic avant-garde, Marc Chagall (1887-1985), Fernand Léger (1881-1955) and Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), and the artists of the 21st century.
Regular exhibitions have shown major artists on the international contemporary scene at the Fernand Léger National Museum, such as Stéphane Couturier (2019) and the artist duo Gilbert & George (2020).

 

Affiche exposition Léger et le cinéma. Graphisme : Aurélien Farina (c) Adagp, Paris, 2022
Temporary closure of the museum
from 16 May to 10 June 2022