The walls of the Grand Salon display seasonal rotational exhibits in collaboration with A Space For Art, alongside a collection of works by young up-and-coming artists drawing together the best of international art and design.
Currently, our display features the work of Swiss artist Albert Chubac.
Born in Geneva in 1925, Chubac graduated from the École des beaux-arts of Geneva in 1947. He travelled between Paris, Northern Africa and the Mediterranean before eventually creating a studio on the French Riviera in 1952. In 1963, he devoted his work to the creation of modified structures evolving in space.
Chubac was a founding member of the French art movement “l’ École de Nice” and is recognised as one of the 20th century’s most significant artists. He died at the age of 88 years in Tourrette-Levens in the South of France.
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