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Hôtel de Gallifet Art, Jazz & Events

February 21, 2015
hotel gallifet aix-en-provence event

We are pleased to be back online, after well over a week of the worst “grippe ever”… Back to dreaming of spring and planning of my escape to the land of the living. Oh and what perfect timing, the Hôtel de Gallifet will be unwrapping a new exhibition, entitled “double décor” by Eléonore False and Ana Vega beginning this Friday, February 20th, 2015.

If you haven’t been, the Hôtel de Gallifet, is a stunning 18th century house located in the heart of the Mazarin district and was opened to the public in 2010 by Nicolas Mazet as a cultural, art and events venue.  This cultural center infuses its historic space with modern exhibitions, creative art workshops for children, jazzy art evenings (twice per month) and lovely outdoor garden events during the warmer months. We cannot wait until spring when the exquisite tree-lined garden space, just off the Cours Mirabeau, pops back to life, but in the meantime, we can equally enjoy the Gallifet’s exhibitions and music scene. The art “ateliers” for children are a great cultural addition and come highly recommended by a number of friends. Check their website to book, and for upcoming themes and dates.

In addition to all of these exciting activities, we here at Luxe Provence, are always on the lookout for the perfect Luxe event venues.  We are dreaming of creating our next special client event here at the Gallifet, especially well-suited if you are looking for a venue well located in Aix-en-Provence. Our Events Team is never short of fabulous ideas on just how to create a very special milestone celebration or launch, so just drop us a line and we can dream up something amazing, just for you at a venue like this.


New Art Exhibition Opening this Friday, February 20th – May 10, 2015

“double décor” by Eléonore False | Ana Vega

Hotel de Gallifet
52 rue Cardinale 13100 Aix en Provence
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Image Credits: Black-and-white images from current exhibition Exposition Triangle France, Aurelien Mole, art by Eléonore False.  Children’s atelier shot by Adi Bukman. 

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