Carré Sainte-Anne | Montpellier
The Carré Sainte-Anne in Montepellier is an exhibition center dedicated to contemporary art.
Opened in 2011 in a fascinating Gothic revival church, deconsecrated in the 1980s, the centre organizes temporary exhibitions and site-specific installations that, in the last years, have featured important contemporary artists, such as Desgrandchamps, Pagès, Di Rosa et Manuel Ocampo.
Access to the exhibitions organized by the Carré Sainte-Anne events is free and offers an occasion to see very interesting contemporary art events surrounded by a magnificent architecture.
The Carré Sainte-Anne is wheelchair-accessible.
Review by Riccardo Bianchini, Inexhibit
Photos by Wolfgang Staudt
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