Jean Prouvé - L'âme du Métal L'âme du Métal is featuring furniture and architectural elements by Jean Prouvé from Laurence and Patrick Seguin’s private collection. Since the opening of their gallery in 1989, Laurence and Patrick Seguin have carried out promotional workaimed at rediscovering the oeuvre of Jean Prouvé (1901-1984), firstly through [...]
Per Kirkeby - Matter is light Château La Coste and Michael Werner Gallery are pleased to present Matter is Light, an exhibition of paintings and sculptures by Danish artist Per Kirkeby. Matter is Light also inaugurates a new permanent outdoor sculpture, Brick Labyrinth, that will be installed on the grounds of Château La [...]
Artistic Workshops at Château La Coste Throughout the year, Château La Coste holds workshops dedicated to young aspiring artists! Children and teens can discover the work of the artists at Chateau la Coste and discover their artistic side through photography, painting, collage ... Château La Coste becomes a residence for artists [...]
Invited by the artist Oran Hoffman and Salons Sans Frontières and on the occasion of Cy Twombly's Photographs exhibition, Château la Coste is organizing two part talk and discussion in the Bastide Gallery.
In the Old Wine Storehouse, is presented a photography exhibition by French artist, Thomas Dozol. For Château La Coste, Dozol decided to combine and contrast three separate bodies of work: his first photographic series; his first foray into screen-printing on paper; and his most recent works layering photography and screen-printing onto large format canvases.
Château La Coste is delighted to announce Broken, the first major solo exhibition in the South of France by the celebrated Dublin-based artist Guggi. The exhibition consists of new sculpture and works on paper.
Château La Coste is pleased to work with the Fondazione Nicola Del Roscio and Gagosian Gallery to present a specially curated exhibition of photographs taken by American painter, Cy Twombly. The exhibition comprises of thirty photographs of subjects including intimate spaces, landscapes, and natural subjects, taken between 1985 and 2008.
Château La Coste is delighted to announce a programme dedicated to the French artist Sophie Calle, which will go on view this summer. To mark the inauguration of a permanent work by Calle on the property, Chateau La Coste will present a two part exhibition : Exquisite Pain and Série Noire
Each Friday you have the chance to win a magnum of “Grand Vin rosé”! There is a winner each week, every Friday! Use #chateaulacoste and @chateaulacoste. Anyone can enter, at home, in atypical places or at Château la Coste. Be creative!
In 2015, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners adapted a Jean Prouvé 6x6 Demountable House, 1944, designed for the victims of Word War II in the Lorraine region. While preserving the integrity of the original structure, Richard Rogers and his team have added electricity, hot water, kitchen and bathroom.