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Coustellet: The Galerie 22 is a Sweet Spot for Contemporary Art; Exhibit of Gottfrield Salzmann and Nicole Bottet Runs to Oct 13

  Smooth white walls in an L-shape form two rooms with natural light flowing into the space from both ends; the Galerie 22 in Coustellet offers a bevy of artistic talent in painting, sculpture, photography and ceramics. The place is … Continue reading

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Luberon Eats: Four Casual Spots in the Calavon Valley

A tacit culinary assumption is that one does not dine posh everyday. Here are four budget-respecting joints in the Luberon to pop into this fall: Restaurant de la Gare, Quartier de la Gare, Bonnieux, Serves lunch only every day from … Continue reading

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Art Briefs: Ménerbes, Coustellet and L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue

 Galerie Pascal Lainé: Vernissage Friday, April 26, Ménerbes (above) “Trames” – canvas, paper and engravings: Works of Louise Cara, who experiments with tools, formats, materials: pigments, oils, impasto, binders, and ink, employing brushes and spatulas. Exhibition runs from April 26 to … Continue reading

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COUSTELLET: THE WONDEROUS CREATIONS OF PETRA ELLERT

The inventive works of the Dusseldorf-based artist Petra Ellert are founded on the principle of collage: pasted materials, pictures and forms. Matisse created his “papiers collés” by fashioning cut-ups with scissors whereas Petra Ellert always tears the paper into scraps … Continue reading

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