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Art'fab: Salle Jean Despas, Annonciade Museum, Citadel
Place des Lices  Plattegrond via Google
F-83990 Saint-Tropez, France
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ART’FAB is the very first exhibition of the new “Cultural Summer” of Saint-Tropez and the theme is “Women of Europe”. Three subjects, linked to European artistic creation in the 21st century, are illustrated in four completely different parts of the town.

The symbolic building dominating Saint-Tropez, the Citadel and the Annonciade Museum, are ideal places to exhibit sculptures and works of European men and women, suggesting fragility, transparency, desire, protection, grace and pleasure.
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The 17th century Vasserot washhouse, where linen was washed daily for many centuries, inspired Yves Sabourin for the exhibition of women artists who use ancient embroidery techniques on modern material in order to create contemporary forms as modern works of art.
The “Salle Jean Despas” will exclusively house works from 21st century women artists: videos, sculptures, paintings works on paper and photographs.

Twenty-five European artistic scenes will be explored, and will allow us to discover a panorama of artistic creativity in Europe today. Artists from different cultural backgrounds encounter and confront each other in the same exhibition creating comparisons between the idea of a common way of life, cohabitation and communication at the heart of the European
Union. This event is the occasion to bring together contemporary artists of European art.

Why does ART’FAB give priority to women artists?
Without intending to put feminine creation in competition with masculine creation, the jury wishes to devote this exhibition entirely to women artists.
The jury chose to take a particular interest in members of the European Union, in order to show great samples of contemporary artists at the heart of a common land, Europe.
The exclusivity of women artists was not intended as a sign of feminism or equality but stems from a desire to create an opportunity for women to take a stronger place in the art world, which hitherto has mainly been occupied by men. Is not feminine creation as universal as masculine creation?

The curators of the exhibition
Susanne van Hagen
Danielle Gaudry Cazeau

Exhibition hall Jean Despas
Place des Lices
83990 Saint-Tropez
Tél. : 04 94 97 80 72
July 11th –August 31st
10 am – 8 pm, Wednesday and Friday evenings
until 10pm

The Lavoir Vasserot
Rue Joseph-Quaranta
83990 Saint-Tropez
Tél. : 04 94 97 54 57
July 11th –August 31st
10am – 8pm

The Citadel
Quartier Citadelle
83990 Saint-Tropez
Tél. : 04 94 54 84 14
July 11th –October 8th
10am – 8pm, Wednesday and Friday evenings
until 10pm

The Annonciade museum of Saint-Tropez
Place Grammont
83990 Saint-Tropez
Tél : 33 (0)4 94 17 84 10
Fax : 33 (0)4 94 97 87 24
musee-annonciade@wanadoo.fr
July 1st - October 16th
Open every day from 10am to 1pm and 3pm to
10pm
Droit d’entrée pour L’Annonciade, musée de Saint-Tropez :
Plein tarif : 5,50 euros, tarif réduit : 4 euros


Salle Jean Despas
11/7/2006 - 31/8/2006
Citadel
11/7/2006 - 8/10/2006
Lavoir Vasserot
11/7/2006 - 31/8/2006
Thomas Schütte in Annonciade Museum
1/7/2006 - 16/10/2006