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THE 8 GREAT CULTURE MEETINGS DEAUVILLE IN 2018

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Exhibition - Françoise Sagan: Life in freedom, writing in demand.

February 10> March 11

This traveling exhibition is the very first devoted to Françoise Sagan. It was designed for the inauguration of the Françoise Sagan media library in Paris in the spring of 2015. Enriched since, it arrives at Point de Vue, in Deauville.

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Naiad Plant

Books & Music Festival

April 13> 15

Created in 2004, the Books & Music Festival approaches literature from the point of view of its links with music by offering meetings in multiple forms. A journey in literature punctuated between improvisations and creations, readings, round tables, concerts, debates ... In 2018, the Books & Music Festival celebrates its 68th anniversary! Fifteen years is adolescence, the age of possibilities, of dreams, of metamorphosis. It is the time of no, of contestation. And artists, writers, musicians have their part to play in the art of revolt. It is this aesthetic and subjective fresco that the Festival will echo: an evocation of this part of ourselves, always alive, by honoring protesting literatures and music. A nod to the fifty years of the events of May XNUMX.

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Julien Mignot

Easter Festival

April 14> 30

For more than twenty years the Easter festival has animated Deauville in April. It allows a hundred young instrumentalists to meet with friends to tackle the most diverse repertoire of chamber music, from the trio to the orchestra and modern music, within the most diverse ensembles. A rich program that brought together three generations of performers and ensembles.

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Eugène BOUDIN, L'Avenue de Villers in Deauville, newly avenue de la République

Summer exhibition:
Painting in Normandy

July 1> September 15

Each year, the summer exhibition lifts the veil on part of the Franciscan collections, future place of conviviality and cultural profusion of the City of Deauville. The Regional Council of Normandy decided in 1992 to create a collection, "Peindre en Normandie", covering the period from 1750 to 1950. In 2018, the City of Deauville will present an exhibition with works of art at Point de Vue by Bonnard, Dufy, Boudin among others, from those in this collection and supplemented with those of the Franciscans.

A look back at the 2017 exhibition, "André Hambourg, Ombre & Lumière"

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August Musical Festival

July 28> August 11

Created in 2002 to discover more young soloists and read more and more music, August Musical is the studious and joyful anteroom of the Easter Festival. About fifteen young soloists work in the form of academies and residences, then play pieces from the Baroque repertoire.

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American Film Festival

August 31> September 9

The unmissable event for the start of the cinema year with the presentation of more than 100 films, including an official competition dedicated to independent cinema. Tributes, documentaries, premieres, television series, and script lessons spice up a constantly evolving festival open to the general public.

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The cultural season

October> June

Fifteen shows and concerts in fields as varied as dance, classical music, jazz, theater. All the arts come together to allow as many people as possible to discover renowned or emerging artists.

The entire program for the 2017 cultural season | 2018

Sandrine Boyer Engel

Photography Festival Board (s) Contact

October 20> November 25

Photographers are invited there in residence with the instruction to match their photographic language with one of the facets of Deauville. On the same principle, young European talents in photography compete to win the Prix Planche (s) Contact Fondation Louis Roederer.

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