This villa with views of the Mediterranean was commissioned during the Belle Époque by humanist, archaeologist and deputy Théodore Reinach. He aspired to an original reconstitution of a Greek palace including the modern comfort of his time. Against the eclecticism of the time, this unique monument evokes the 2nd-century Greek houses.

This villa with views of the Mediterranean was commissioned during the Belle Époque by humanist, archaeologist and deputy Théodore Reinach. He aspired to an original reconstitution of a Greek palace including the modern comfort of his time. Against the eclecticism of the time, this unique monument evokes the 2nd-century Greek houses.

Programme

Vue de l'exposition
Vue de l'exposition "En rêvant la Méditerranée", Antoine Pierini, Villa Kérylos
Vue de l'exposition
Vue de l'exposition "En rêvant la Méditerranée", Antoine Pierini, Villa Kérylos
Vue de l'exposition
Vue de l'exposition "En rêvant la Méditerranée", Antoine Pierini, Villa Kérylos
Antoine Pierini © Loic Bisoli
Antoine Pierini © Loic Bisoli

En rêvant la Méditerranée, Antoine Pierini

An the amphora was a container mainly used to carry wine and olive oil. Master glass-maker Antoine Pierini diverts this iconic object of Antiquity from its functions to create unique artworks.

Access

Villa Kérylos
Impasse Gustave Eiffel
06310 Beaulieu-sur-Mer
+33 (0)4 93 01 01 44

villakerylos.fr

Opening period :

From May 1st to August 30th from 10am to 6pm
Last admission at 5:30 pm

From September 1st to April 30th from 10am to 5pm
Last admission at 4:30 pm

Annual closing: January 1, May 1, November 1, November 11 and December 25.

How to get there:

• By car : between Nice and Monaco by the low road (RD 6098). Parking next to the town hall.
• By bus : line 15 stop "Villa Kerylos" line 100 stop "Eglise" - Ligne d'Azur Tickets on line.
• By train : Beaulieu-sur-Mer station - TER SUD Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur.

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