Exposition Gérard Eppelé

Arles - Chapelle St Martin du Mejan - Cultural event - 07 October-December 24 - Free

Exhibition Gérard Eppele it started like this...The painter-sculptor Gérard Eppele was born in Cherbourg in 1929. He spent his childhood, a dozen years in the Morocco. Back in France in 1942, he began his studies at a technical college, and then entered the school of fine arts of Toulouse. He immediately starts a personal pictorial research. After two years at the school national of tapestries of Aubusson, he became painter decorator for the film - with Max Bouy-, working for directors such as Renoir, Autan-Lara and Buñuel. He is forced to stop for health reasons forced to stay for a few years in a sanitarium, he starts to realize numerous designs including a suite, portraits of his companions to stay. There he meets André Bazin with whom he participated in the creation of a film Club. Gérard Eppelé moved to Arles in 1959.

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Information provided byOT Arles

  • Contact

    Place Nina Berberova
    13200 Arles

  • Organiser

    Association of the Marshall
  • Phone

    • 0490495678
  • Fax

    0490969525

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Where to stay

The Vagabond
B&B

The Vagabond

Arles

Great bed and breakfast, consisting of two connecting rooms for 2 to 4 people, in a bourgeois House of the 17th and 18th centuries of the historic district of the rocket.Breakfast at base of House, local products and crafts.Entered, ensuite bathroom, separate WC.Chic country decor.For your…

Le Belvedere
Holiday rental

Le Belvedere

Arles

Your stay in catering in Arles, old city center in a renovated house in the eighteenth century. 2 charming independent housing. Terrace and panoramic view on the Rhone for 2 to 4 people.

Mas Marin
Holiday rental

Mas Marin

Arles

Detached farmhouse in the countryside, renovated, fenced, near village centre, rated 3*, comfortable, fully equipped kitchen, living room, bathroom, laundry room, 2 bedrooms, garden furniture, barbecue, table tennis, above ground swimming pool and fenced parking.

Marquet Sabrina
B&B

Marquet Sabrina

Arles

Guest rooms in a beautiful 17th century mansion at the foot of the Arenas.

La Ludique
B&B

La Ludique

Arles

In a House typically Provençale located in the historical centre of Arles (rocket), the playful is a room for 4, which may be more comfortable for 2, it has a double bed in mezzanine and a futon for 2 that folds, a library and a large number of Board Games. Ideal for youth or a family.The…

Picasso
Holiday rental

Picasso

Arles

Dans la campagne arlésienne, appartement climatisé de 45 m² situé au 1er étage d'une petite résidence. Séjour/salon avec 1 canapé convertible/2 pers. Cuisine américaine équipée. 1 chambre avec 1 lit/2 pers 160x200. 1 SdB. 1 WC indépendant. Terrasse de 7 m² avec mobilier de jardin.…

Villa Stephanie
Holiday rental

Villa Stephanie

Arles

Luxury villa (160m ²) fully equipped for 6-8 persons on 2 levels, each with bathroom and toilet, reversable air conditioning, fireplace, large conservatory, solarium, garden and garage. Just 5 minutes from shops and 15 minutes from the city centre on foot. Household linen provided upon request.…

Les Valérianes
Holiday rental

Les Valérianes

Arles

Comfortable 26m ² studio with 140 cm bed (sleeps 2) and BZ type convertible armchair (1per), stereo, fully equipped kitchen (microwave, oven, coffee maker, kettle etc.) new bathroom and spacious room. Tastefully decorated and colourful. Located on the ground floor of a town house in a very quiet…

Arum
Holiday rental

Arum

Arles

Located in the historical centre of Arles, furnished "ARUM" ground floor, P2, 40 m², Court, all comfort, category 3-star, air-conditioned, free wireless Internet, bed linen, towels, kitchen cloths provided free of charge, excellent location for 2 people, open all year.

Things to do

Foundation Vincent Van Gogh Arles
Museum

Foundation Vincent Van Gogh Arles

Arles

Vincent van Gogh is a key figure of the art of the 20th century. To date, its influence persists among artists and his work has a magnetism unprecedented on the public. It is precisely at Arles he produced in just fifteen months its more beautiful masterpieces. The Fondation Vincent van Gogh…

Farfantello
Souvenirs

Farfantello

Arles

Farfantello est une adresse pour les enfants, petits et grands. Un choix magique de décoration vintage pour la chambre et de jouets rétro qui nous replonge dans nos souvenirs d’enfance. Il faut entrer pour découvrir tout plein d’idées cadeaux et de trésors pour les minots (ananas…

Soleileïs
Delicacies

Soleileïs

Arles

Craft glacier, specialty ice cream with olive oil. Only natural ingredients

Théâtre Antique
Monument

Théâtre Antique

Arles

Date: End of the first century BC Era: Antiquity Type: Public cultural architecture Status: Property of the Town of Arles, listed as a national Historic Monument in 1840 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. The Roman Theatre of Arles, which preceded its famous neighbour the amphitheatre by a…

Santons Henri Vezolles
Christmas crib figures

Santons Henri Vezolles

Arles

Individual hand-made items in 2, 3 or 4 natural, oxidation-dyed colours. The decoration is painted in slip (clay diluted in water). Visits by appointment only.

Pure Lavender
Souvenirs

Pure Lavender

Arles

The Château du Bois is a signature of excellence in the field of natural cosmetics. It offers a range of cosmetics 'made in France', and shares a universe of dream with the beautiful Lavender fields of the domain, a revelation for the senses, a legacy of work, expertise and passion. Cosmetic…

Primatiale Saint Trophime
Monument

Primatiale Saint Trophime

Arles

Date: 12th and 15th centuries Era: Middle Ages Type: Religious architecture Status: Property of the Town of Arles and listed as a national Historic Monument in 1840 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in1981 The Christian community of Arles was one of the first in Gaul, with the presence of a Bishop…

The hand that think
Clay

The hand that think

Arles

Workshop, manufacture and sale of ceramic decorative and utilitarian objects.

Mélani Frères
Craftsman

Mélani Frères

Arles

A few minutes from Arles is a remarkable studio which produces 18th and 19th century Provençal-style furniture. Olivier Mélani is a passionate cabinet-maker skilled at working with walnut, beech and even lime. Everything here is reminiscent of our region, from the aroma of the processed wood to…

Where to eat

Le Réfectoire
Table 13

Le Réfectoire

Arles

With classroom chairs and shared tables, the décor is, naturally, reminiscent of childhood canteens. The rest is more state-of-the-art: the reasonably-priced menu is the work of a Michelin-starred chef (Armand Arnal, of La Chassagnette), in a converted industrial building (the former SNCF…

Garden Cafe - counter Calendal
Cuisine de Provence

Garden Cafe - counter Calendal

Arles

The Garden Cafe is a counter of the Calendal offering on the spot or to take light meals: bio bread sandwiches, small dishes simmered in chinaramaiah, soups, salads, while freshness, sweets, selection of teas weddings brothers, capuccino, beers etc...Pause gourmande in the salons of le Calendal…

Lou marks
Food guide restaurant

Lou marks

Arles

Meeting of traditional and regional recipes, restaurant gourmet Lou Marquès (renovated in 2014 by M Christian Lacroix) offers a classic, refined and tasty cuisine carefully prepared by our chefs.The restaurant's terrace turns into a bistro in the beautiful days and our garden near the swimming…

Next to the bistro
Food guide restaurant

Next to the bistro

Arles

This is Jean-Luc Rabanel's second star-rated establishment, serving friendlier-priced and more family-style food. The gourmet dishes are crafted with the expertise of one of France's greatest contemporary cooks. Traditional salt cod and stewed chicken take on a whole new lease of life here. The…

Galoubet
Food guide restaurant

Galoubet

Arles

Bistro cuisine around the fireplace in winter and under the arbour when the weather is warm (foie gras, artichoke hearts, veal liver, catfish, roast pineapple, poached pears, etc.).

Hostellerie of the Source
Table 13

Hostellerie of the Source

Arles

Located a few minutes from the centre of Arles, a natural spring ("Source") has been happily bubbling away here since the 19th century in the tree-filled garden, bordering a swimming pool. This Mediterranean oasis, lined with weeping willows and oleander, offers feminine retakes on Provencal and…

Thyme bar
Table 13

Thyme bar

Arles

Les Milhau are masters in the art of satisfying guests with their charming and relaxed welcome, traditional and faultless home-made Provencal cuisine, a pleasant terrace and reasonable prices. Simple and fuss-free quality.

Gueule du Loup
Table 13

Gueule du Loup

Arles

There are no bobbins to pull here and no latches to go up. This little house built in 1780 offers no danger to Little Red Riding Hoods all they have to do is choose between the two dining rooms, one facing the ground floor kitchen and the other with exposed stone walls on the first floor. There's…

Plaza (La Paillotte)
Food guide restaurant

Plaza (La Paillotte)

Arles

Restaurant very well located in the centre of the city of Arles. Near hotels, monuments, museums and the Foundation Van Gogh. The restaurant bathrooms with exposed stone walls and beams wood ceilings.The decoration of the restaurant is based on bullfighting and Provence. A beautiful shaded…

Inspirations

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