The Foundation Vasarely stands atop the hill of Jas de Bouffan near Aix-en-Provence, which is also where the home of Paul Cézanne is located.
The building constructed in 1976 and inspired by Bauhaus architecture, is made up of 16 towering units shaped as hexagons, that in a sense are works of art of their own.
Ideated and financed by Victor Vasarely, an eclectic and versatile artist reputed to be the father of Op Art and of kinetic architecture, the foundation contains a unique collection of 42 examples of mural integrations designed for indoor and outdoors, measuring 8 meters by 6.
The Foundation sponsors workshops on contemporary art for beginners, temporary exhibitions, movie screenings, seminars, and meetings all year round.
1 avenue Marcel Pagnol
13090 Aix-en-Provence - FRANCE
Tel. +33 0442 200 109