Founded in 2014 by collector, patron and publisher Nathalie Guiot, the Brussels-based Fondation Thalie has been presenting exhibitions of both historic and emerging international artists as well as an art collection since 2018. The Foundation is committed to raising awareness of ecological issues through the arts, thanks in particular to its "Creators facing the climate emergency" meeting program, its publications and its residency (Brussels, Arles). Each exhibition supported by the Foundation demonstrates its support for contemporary creation through commissions, acquisitions and off-site satellite projects.

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Founded in 2014 by collector, patron and publisher Nathalie Guiot, the Brussels-based Fondation Thalie has been presenting exhibitions of both historic and emerging international artists as well as an art collection since 2018. The Foundation is committed to raising awareness of ecological issues through the arts, thanks in particular to its "Creators facing the climate emergency" meeting program, its publications and its residency (Brussels, Arles). Each exhibition supported by the Foundation demonstrates its support for contemporary creation through commissions, acquisitions and off-site satellite projects.

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Fondation Thalie
34 rue de l’amphithéâtre
13200 Arles
fondationthalie.org

From July 12 to September 16, Wednesday to Saturday, 2pm to 6pm.
Online booking only.

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PLACES TO DISCOVER

Galerie Vague : a 17th-century mansion where architecture, design, contemporary art and crafts meet.
Chapelle du Méjan : rebuilt in 1635, the Saint-Martin du Méjan chapel hosts a rich program of music, visual arts, readings and lectures.
Fondation Manuel Rivera-Ortiz : dedicated to photography and documentary film, it encourages committed artists whose vision inspires us to develop a new vision of the world.
Abbaye de Montmajour, à 30 min d’Arles : founded in 948 by Benedictine monks, this monument is a source of inspiration for modern and contemporary art.

PLACES TO STAY

Le Voltaire : a charming neighborhood hotel with a cubic fifties style, recently renovated by Éloïse Bosredon.
L'Arlatan : the oldest private mansion in Arles, now a work of art in its own right since its restoration in 2018 by artist Jorge Pardo.

PLACE TO EAT OR DRINK

Le Voltaire : just a stone's throw from the Arles arena, this restaurant welcomes chefs in residence during the summer season.
Le Galoubet : restaurant with shady arbour offering dishes full of flavour.
Le Seize : local cuisine and a warm welcome in a small, uncluttered room.
Volubilis : small, friendly restaurant, with a warm welcome and delicious couscous and tajines.
La Chassagnette : 1 Michelin star gourmet restaurant where chef Armand Arnal creates his menus according to the harvests in his vegetable garden.
Inari : Chef Céline Pham offers Franco-Vietnamese fusion cuisine in this former chapel with its vintage decor.
Café japonais : simple yet authentic Japanese cuisine.
Café Mazette : coffee shop and tea bar
Pâtisserie Chocolaterie Masaki Yamamoto : the best pastry shop in Arles by far!
Café de la paix : the ideal place for convivial aperitifs.