And how about tak­ing in some art this weekend?

  • Dated: August 2007
  • Media: La Voix du Nord

And how about tak­ing in some art this weekend?

T hey are mostly to be found on Le Touquet’s busiest streets, they’re really quite attrac­tive and with a large clien­tele. Who are they? Le Touquet’s art galleries.

Places that appear to many to be elit­ist but which are places that serve as a meet­ing place for art, the artists and the pub­lic. Godon is cur­rently exhibit­ing at the Fardel Gallery: “It is a point of dis­cus­sion for every­one and a dis­cov­ery of the artist and of the gallery; it’s not for an elite. In any event, peo­ple who buy a work of art are never the real own­ers. Even I don’t own my own paint­ings, they belong to the pub­lic.”
The Fardels agree, “We’ve been in Le Tou­quet for over 50 years and we exhibit national and inter­na­tional artists as well as young sculp­tors or pho­tog­ra­phers; we open our doors to everyone.”

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