Art exhibitions

La Napoule Art Foundation sponsors exhibits at the Château and across the US that celebrate the work of Henry Clews and a wide range of today's most accomplished and emerging artists.

Exhibition Nicolas Lavarenne June-August 2013

Jun 1-Aug 30 2013 La Napoule Art Foundation is welcoming Nicolas Lavarenne for an exhibit in the Château de La Napoule's gardens. Fifteen scultpures will be displayed in the park. In April, Nicolas Lavarenne was rewarded with the Prix de La Napoule for all his outstanding work. One of his artworks, "Le Grand Arc-boutant", has been acquired by the foundation. The bronze sculpture is now displayed on the side of the Saracen Tower.

Exhibition Steph COP- Wooden ARO

Apr 27 - Jul 1, 2012 Steph Cop is the creator of Imaginary Friends, one of the first French graffiti activists and also the founder of the clothing labels Homecare/Ladysoul and Graphik Dzign. After twelve years dedicated to later he began to create a world based upon toys and built on five major axes (energy, the future, the real, obsession and imagination) with five icons: the Five Imaginary Friends. A sixth axis did not materialise, that of the ‘prisoner’ which showed Steph Cop as a prisoner inside himself. A.R.O. (Obsessional Reflex Analysis and also a representa=on of the word [...]

Exhibition Serge Van de Put

Sep 17 - Nov 10,  2010 The mutation of an everyday object into an art substance. Serge Van de Put a Belgian artist born in 1958 Antwerp. During his travels, Serge discovered the ingenuity of Africans who give a second life to tires, an indestructible material they use to make buckets, shoes, etc. After several years managing his own advertising agency, Serge began having fun with this material and made the portrait of an African. Seduced by the idea of turning an everyday object at the end of it’s life into an art piece, Serge started working seriously and [...]

Le Château de la Napoule est ouvert pendant les vacances de la Toussaint de 10h à 18h. Fermeture les lundis-mardis. L'intérieur se visite uniquement en visites guidées à 11h30, 14h30, 15h30 et 16h30.