Musée Cantini (art museum)

Marseille - Cultural place

Many owners succeeded one another ' le cercle des phocéens' remains more than half a century installed in 1836. Before being acquired by Jules Cantini, important marble worker who was involved in construction of differents kind of many civil and religious buildings in Marseille during the Second Empire.

Great armateur of Art , Jules Cantini donated it to the city in 1916 to be used as a museum for the art of our time.

This amazing cultural establishment in Marseille is is devoted to a 'modern' period 20 th century from 1900 to 1960's.

The collection includes some of the important individuals of the twentieth century such as Henri Matisse, oskar Kokoschka, Pablo Picasso, Jean Arp, Alberto Giacometti, Balthus, Antonin Artaud and Francis Bacon.

  • Accès internet
  • Accessible pour handicapés
  • Car park
  • Free
  • Tourisme Handicap
  • Marque Tourisme et Handicap : Auditif
  • Marque Tourisme et Handicap : Mental
  • Marque Tourisme et Handicap : Moteur
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