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Art at l'Hospitalet

Action for Contemporary Art, supporting artists from the South of France. open from 9am to 7pm 7/7


As a true patron of the arts Gérard Bertrand has, by opening this exceptional venue next to his hotel and restaurant, confirmed his desire to promote Art with a capital A.

This fusion of Art and Business put forward a long-term project based on two main themes: supporting regional contemporary creation and rendering art accessible to all.


JANO Mediterranean painter, from his studio in "the NAUART" in BARCELONA, presents his work, which redraws its memories on the waterfront. The seaside, small and big fishes, swimmers inspired him. In this world mutating slowly, we stop to stare at those paintings. The sea has always been for JANO a source of imagination, in all his life changes, from his work as a notary to his work as a chef in Barcelona. He welcomes you with honor, to enter in his undisciplined and free but reassuring universe.

Art Exhibit from September the 28th till December the 15th


Born in Narbonne in 1951, Marie-Claude Canet, autodidact painter, exhibits her work for the first time in the early 80s. After having experienced several technical approaches (acrylic, oil, India ink, pastel), the aquarelle appears as an evidence. She likes the transparencies, the subtleties, the difficulties and the magic arisen from the meeting of the water and the pigments. Through its work representing mainly landscapes, her pallet evolves to create personal atmospheres and writing. Expatriated in Sète during 20 years for her work, she returns to Narbonne in the 90s. She paints different subjects: vineyards, ponds, scrubland, pine forests swept by the wind or destroyed by the fires, the beach, her city of Narbonne, Breton landscapes, fields of poppies punctuating her walks.

Art Exhibit from October the 5th till December the 20th

Discover the previous exhibitions.

To exhibit, please send an email to Enguerrand Bazin : or for more information call the +33(0)4 68 45 28 50 or send an email to 

Discover the previous art exhibits.

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