Fondation Vincent Van Gogh

Museum in Arles

Arles Fond Van Gogh
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The Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles is a nonprofit organization based in Arles, France, dedicated to celebrating the work and continuing the legacy of Vincent van Gogh. It aims to foster cultural and artistic endeavors that resonate with Van Gogh’s prolific period in Arles and his vision for Arles as a global hub for creative collaboration and exchange. The foundation is led by Bice Curiger, the editor-in-chief of Parkett.

This institution distinguishes itself by presenting temporary exhibitions that explore the enduring influence of Van Gogh’s art and ideas on contemporary international artists. It manages to showcase at least one original Van Gogh painting throughout the year, complemented by artworks from globally recognized contemporary artists, through collaborations with various public and private collections. Additionally, the Foundation orchestrates a broad spectrum of cultural programs and activities, including artist talks, discussions, symposia, film showings, creative workshops, performances, concerts, and educational initiatives designed for diverse audiences, all aimed at enriching the public’s engagement with art.

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Visiting Fondation Vincent Van Gogh


10:00 – 18:00


€10 (€12 with Musée Réattu)

Address: Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles, Rue du Docteur Fanton, Arles, France
Duration: 20 minutes

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