Le musée d’Art Moderne
Drawn to the red roofs of this country town, its light, its unique atmosphere, who can be surprised at the number of artists who came here to work? At the beginning of the last century, the sculptor Manolo Hugué, the composer Déodat de Séverac and Franck Burty Haviland paved the way for so many artists to pass this way. Following in their footsteps came Picasso, Braque, Juan Gris, Herbin….living and working here, to the degree that Céret became known as the Mecca of Cubism.
From the artworks of Franck Burty Haviland and Pierre Bruny, was born the beginnings of the Musée d’Art Moderne.
A donation by Picasso in 1953, 35 bowls on the theme of bullfighting, added to this collection.
Céret has always been known as a home to art.…our visual heritage, some might say…and, more and more, a name to be reckoned with in the world of Modern Art.
8 Boulevard Maréchal Joffre
04 68 87 27 76
From 1st July to 30th September, open every day from 10am to 7pm
Remainder of year, open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5.30pm
Entrance fee :Permanent exhibition + temporary exhibitionFull price: 8 euroReduced price: 6 euroFree for children under 12
Not including temporary exhibition
Full price: 5.50 euro
Reduced price: 3.50 euro
Free for children under 12
Guided visits can be reserved.