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Art in the Hotel

Exhibition in 2024

Exhibition from April 1st to October 31, 2024

free access daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.


In 2024, we are delighted to present you our exhibition of Urban Art.

Like every year for our annual exhibition, the artists have worked around a theme – Urban Art, which by definition is ephemeral. Some of the works were created directly on the walls inside the hotel, while others were installed by the artists themselves or come from private collections.

We invite you to discover all the artwork located in different spaces of the hotel and to scan the QR codes (which are placed next to each piece of art ) in order to get more information about the artists.

The works created on site have been conceived as fully-fledged settings in the hotel, so don’t hesitate to take a photo of yourself and share your experience with your friends. During the summer, we’ll be organizing get-togethers around an apéritif with the artists – so stay tuned to our news page and social media for the latest dates.

We would like to extend our warmest thanks to the artists who took part in this exhibition, which is a great success every year.

With great joy we present our current exhibition URBAN ART with the following artists :

Anthony Alberti (@mroneteas)
Jean-François Bollié (@jef_bollie_official
Laurent Bosio (@laurent_bosio_officiel)
Elena Di Giovani (@art_digio)
Jen Miller (@jenmillerw)
Nicola Rosini Di Santi (@nicolarosinidisanti)
Lin Felton aka Quik (@quikrtw)
Rice (@rice.artwork)
Stéphane Cipre (@stephanecipre)
Michel Soubeyrand (@soubeyrand_michel)
Kotek (@kotek_prod)
Le Turk (@leturkphotographies)
See (@95mpv)
Kriki (@kriki_artist)
Jersey Joe (@rime_msk)
J. Demsky (@demsky_)

Current Exhibition

Art at the Heart of La Vague

Art is omnipresent throughout the year:

  • From March to October
    with its annual exhibition of both internationally renowned and emerging artists, which takes over the bar, the restaurant and the gardens
  • From June to September
    alongside the events held at the restaurant (brunch, seafood buffet, farm to table, etc.), accompanied by performances by local musicians
  • In July
    through its partnership with the Nuits du Sud festival in Vence
  • And throughout the year
    in collaboration with the Maeght Foundation, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, the CRT Côte d’Azur as well as for our seminars in facilitating team-building.

The Fondation Maeght, one of the most important collections

La Vague has been a partner of the Fondation Maeght and a member of its Société des Amis since it was opened in 2013. It houses one of the most important collections of paintings, sculptures, drawings and graphic works of modern art by contemporary artists in Europe, with more than 13,000 references.

Since it opened its doors in 1964, the Fondation Maeght has organised more than 140 exhibitions of international renown.

A unique and timeless place, the Maeght Foundation invites visitors to immerse themselves in their surroundings and admire the works on display and the beauty of mother nature.

Discover The Fondation Maeght the website.

Saint-Paul de Vence, Home of Artists

La Vague de Saint Paul is located not far from Saint-Paul de Vence, a traditional fortified village dating back to the XIV century perched atop a hill between Nice and Cannes. Considered to be one of the most picturesque villages in Provence, Saint-Paul-de-Vence was for a long time a favoured destination of artists from far and wide: Marc Chagall made his home here. Henri Matisse lived nearby, in Vence. Jean-Paul Sartre, Pablo Picasso, Yves Montand, Simone Signoret, Lino Ventura and poet Jacques Prévert used to frequent the famous hotel-restaurant La Colombe d’Or.

Today, Saint-Paul de Vence remains an extremely popular tourist destination, attracting more than 2 million visitors a year.

The Fondation Maeght will be closed until the 1st of July 2023 for extension works.
The Maeght Foundation