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We’re in Paris again. I know a lot has happened before we landed here (and a lot has happened since) but I really want to share this small but wonderful exhibition titled Slow Art – part of the Paris Designers’ … Continue reading →
Cahors is the capital of the Lot Department with a very long history but very much a part of the present as well. It sits on a peninsula formed by the River Lot running around it, between Paris and Toulouse, … Continue reading →
Sharon and Tina started making a list of all the things to do in the Lot, and high on it, was to see the prehistoric paintings in the caves so plentiful in this area. With the day looking a bit … Continue reading →
Les Abattoirs (use the English version) is the centre for modern and contemporary art in Toulouse, specialising in 20th and 21st century art. The name was a bit off-putting and comes from what was previously here, but the artwork and … Continue reading →
The beautiful arts are very present in Toulouse with all its modernity and bustle but here are some pretty special places we saw. The Fondation Bemberg is located in Toulouse’s hôtel d’Assézat, a 16th century palace. Georges Bemberg came from … Continue reading →