Located in a former wine cellar, Mrac Occitanie presents temporary exhibitions, a yearly renewed permanent collection, and a boutique-bookstore. Its forecourt showcases artworks by artists Bruno Peinado, Daniel Buren and Erro.

Located in a former wine cellar, Mrac Occitanie presents temporary exhibitions, a yearly renewed permanent collection, and a boutique-bookstore. Its forecourt showcases artworks by artists Bruno Peinado, Daniel Buren and Erro.

Programme

Ulla Von Brandenburg,
Ulla Von Brandenburg, "Eigenschatten I-IV", 2013. Techniques mixtes : tissu en velours noir, barres métalliques, objets, cordes, dimensions variables (6 tissus : 215×100 cm) © de l’artiste. Photo : Aurélien Mole.
Vue de l’exposition des collections, Mrac Occitanie Sérignan, 2022. Photographe : Aurélien Mole.
Vue de l’exposition des collections, Mrac Occitanie Sérignan, 2022. Photographe : Aurélien Mole.
1. MASAKI NAKAYAMA, Body scale, circle triangle square, 1977. Installation photographique, photographie et acier 175×175×30 cm chaque, 3 éléments © de l’artiste. Courtesy de Yumiko Chiba Associates, Tokyo et Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Paris. Photo : Rebecca Fanuele.
1. MASAKI NAKAYAMA, Body scale, circle triangle square, 1977. Installation photographique, photographie et acier 175×175×30 cm chaque, 3 éléments © de l’artiste. Courtesy de Yumiko Chiba Associates, Tokyo et Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Paris. Photo : Rebecca Fanuele.
Vue de l’exposition des collections, Mrac Occitanie Sérignan, 2022. Photographe : Aurélien Mole.
Vue de l’exposition des collections, Mrac Occitanie Sérignan, 2022. Photographe : Aurélien Mole.

New exhibition of collections

Like every year, this is an opportunity for the Mrac to completely renew its display to offer a new variation on its collection, which now consists of over 560 works. The latest acquisitions are unveiled through an itinerary that refuses traditional comparisons and offers a dialogue between the works of artists of different generations to allow a new look at the museum's collections. The display does not follow a chronology but proposes formal, stylistic or poetic connections with a diversity of mediums (paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, installations...), allowing the discovery of leading artists of the contemporary scene.

The artists : Farah Atassi, Yves Bélorgey, Pierre Bismuth, Ulla von Brandenburg, Andrea Büttner, Isabelle Cornaro, Anne-Lise Coste, Nicolas Daubanes, Daniel Dezeuze, Jimmie Durham, Anne-Charlotte Finel, Sylvain Fraysse, Guillaume Leblon, Renée Levi, Jean Messagier, Côme Mosta-Heirt, Matt Mullican, Masaki Nakayama, Markus Raetz, Bernard Rancillac, Francisco Tropa, Emmanuel Van der Meulen, John Wood and Paul Harrison. .

Curator : Clément Nouet

Access

School holidays
Open Tuesday to Friday 10-18h,
and weekends 1-6pm

Summer opening hours: July and August
Open Tuesday to Friday 11am-7pm
and weekends 1-7pm.
Last admission to the museum at 6.30 pm.

Open all year round.
Closed on Mondays and public holidays.
Exceptionally closed on 24 and 31 December at 4pm.

Access subject to health pass from 12 years old and without obligation to wear a mask.

146, avenue de la plage
34410 Sérignan
+33 (0)4 67 17 88 95

mrac.laregion.fr

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Abbaye de Fontfroide (Narbonne)
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Musée Fabre (Montpellier)
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Espace Saint-Ravy (Montpellier)

PLACES TO STAY

Domaine des Layres (Sérignan)
Côté Collégiale (Sérignan)

PLACES TO EAT

L’Harmonie (Sérignan)
Ma ferme (Sérignan)
Brasserie Fop’s (Sérignan)
Brasserie Saint Roch (Sérignan)
La Coccina (Sérignan)
Les Voiles (Sérignan)

WINE CELLARS

Cave Si Le Vin (Sérignan)
Cave des Artistes (Sérignan)