Mécènes du Sud Montpellier-Sète-Béziers

Mécènes du Sud co-produces exhibitions, events, and financially supports artistic creation. It is developing an exhibition programme in a space downtown provided by patron Antoine Garcia-Diaz

Mécènes du Sud co-produces exhibitions, events, and financially supports artistic creation. It is developing an exhibition programme in a space downtown provided by patron Antoine Garcia-Diaz

Programme

Damien Fragnon et Naomi Maury © Elise Ortiou Campio
Damien Fragnon et Naomi Maury © Elise Ortiou Campio
Damien Fragnon  © Elise Ortiou Campio
Damien Fragnon © Elise Ortiou Campio

Brise Breath Breeze

The installations of Naomi Maury and Damien Fragnon gathered at Mécènes du Sud Montpellier-Sète-Béziers embark us
in a temporal rift: are we in front of the relics of a disappeared world or in front of the prefiguration of a universe in expansion?

Curated by Géraldine Gourbe with the participants of the introductory workshop on exhibition curating.

Access

Mécènes du Sud Montpellier-Sète-Béziers
13, rue des balances
34000 Montpellier
+33 (0)4 34 40 78 00 /
mecenesdusud.fr

Open from Wednesday to Friday,
from 10am to 12pm and from 2pm to 6pm.
and Saturday from 2pm to 6pm.
Nocturnes organized the first Friday of the month.
Free entrance.

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WALKS

Le Jardin des Plantes
Musée et Conservatoire d’Anatomie
La Halle Tropisme : an associative place where the Montpellier's culture and party combine. Bar and restaurant.

LESS THAN 60 KM

FRAC Occitanie Montpellier
Musée Fabre
Pavillon Populaire
Espace Saint-Ravy
MO.CO
Aperto
Iconoscope
AL/MA gallery
La Jetée, art gallery and studio
CRAC Occitanie (Sète)
Musée International des Arts Modestes (Sète)

PLACES TO STAY

Le Mas de la Feuillade : guest houses in the heart of a classified park.
La Merci : guest houses with an indoor garden, very good value for money.
Hôtel du Palais : in the heart of the district l’Écusson since 1870, very close to the famous Place de la Canourgue.
Hôtel Oceania Le Métropole : just a step from the MO.CO, an iconic place built in 1898 in the style of the French Riviera’s prestigious palaces.

PLACES TO EAT

Le Pastis : a first Michelin star in 2021. Come and enjoy the surprise menus of Daniel Lutrand and Jean-Philippe Vivant.
Leclere : Guillaume Leclere enhances the products, the season, the nature. A must-go.
Faune : a creative and modern Provençal bistronomy with foreign influences.
Mikado : japanese Chef Takétomo Lulu Sumi (ex-Ito Chan) cooks “the best ramen in France” according to Le Fooding.
Rosemarie : mediterranean cuisine and cocktail bar with a big terrace, in the historic centre.
Ikonka : salads, pies, super fresh and non-classical unique dish. A wide variety of pastries.
Zaatar : the best falafel in the region!
Äponem, l’auberge du presbytère : a gastronomic journey inspired by the Hérault’s wilderness, signed by Chef Amélie Darvas and sommelier Gaby Benicio. (Vailhan)

HAVE A DRINK

Café de la Panacée : restaurant for lunchtime, you can come have a drink all day long and enjoy tapas in the evening in the pleasant and vast courtyard.
Panka : come and enjoy regional products, natural wines and seafood tapas.
Les Garçons : a lively bar-tapas-wine cellar downtown.
Le Parfum : you will find the best cocktails in the city.
Le Poisson Rouge : a former house of oyster farmers with a breathtaking view, offering a simple and tasty cuisine inspired by the sea. (Frontignan)
La plage Bonaventure (Palavas-les-Flots)