BIRDLAND exhibition

Combining art and ecological concern, Victoria Arney’s work naturally found its place at the Maison du Parc and the Musée des Alpilles, two places where an approach and ...

© PNR Alpilles

Combining art and ecological concern, Victoria Arney’s work naturally found its place at the Maison du Parc and the Musée des Alpilles, two places favouring an approach and a sensitive discovery of the territory of the Alpilles. Under the canopy, the monumental work of Victoria Arney makes the melodious song of the Philomenal Nightingale ripple in space, whose complex trills reason day and night. The long rolls of paper move with the slightest breath of air. They evoke the grace, even fragility, of the moment. In the historic rooms of the Bastide Saint-Rémoise, the visitor is invited to wander through the choirs that punctuate the Mediterranean dawn, to discern the birds whose songs the artist carefully engraves in the wood and to discover the work of the students of the school of the Republic in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, whose introduction to the riches of avifaune intersects with the production of an artistic installation.

About the venue

2 boulevard Marceau 13210 Saint-Rémy-de-Provence
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  • Architecture contemporaine remarquable
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  • Édifice rural

Welcome to «La Cloutière», this 18th century bastide of Saint-Rémoise, acquired by the Park since its creation in 2007\. By pushing the doors of the Maison du Parc, you will discover this renovated building, to which is added an extension of contemporary style. Tradition and modernity combined in an equipment at the service of all, this is the spirit in which this project was conceived. A privileged place for meetings, exchanges and information, the Maison du Parc is a public facility that is geared towards knowledge of the territory, through exhibitions, events, conferences, etc.

Maison du Parc naturel régional des Alpilles © PNRA