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Of Nature: Landscapes from Poussin to Courbet in the collections of the Musée Fabre.

17 July 1996 - 9 November 1996

Organised jointly by the Musée Fabre and France's Réunion des Musées Nationaux, the exhibition highlights the rich diversity of the museum's collections with a selection of works exploring the theme of landscape.

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Vincent Bioulès - Paintings 1965-1995

14 December 1995 - 17 February 1996

For the first time, this exhibition presents abstract and figurative works by Vincent Bioulès, in the city where he lives and works.

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Jean Hugo: Retrospective

29 May 1995 - 7 October 1995

The Jean Hugo retrospective at the Pavillon du Musée Fabre marks the brilliant climax of a year of celebrations in Lunel, Blérancourt, Paris, and Alès, commemorating the centenary of the artist's birth.

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La création contemporaine en Languedoc-Roussillon

28 November 1994 - 4 February 1995

A place. And its spirit – a fitting subtitle, perhaps, for this exhibition of contemporary creative work from the Languedoc region.

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Viera da Silva

5 July 1994 - 15 October 1994

Through its long-standing partnership with France's Musée National d'Art Moderne (MNAM), the Musée Fabre has acquired the MNAM's Veira da Silva bequest, together with its complete collection of works by this important artist.

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Catherine Ikam, « Identites »

4 February 1994 - 12 March 1994

Identities focuses on new technology in art. The tools may have changed, but the artist's creative approach remains the same, with artworks continuing their ceaseless, perennial exploration of life's essential mysteries, our emotionally-charged encounters with a sense of the Other.

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The Grand Siècle

29 June 1993 - 18 September 1993

This exhibition – presented at the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Montreal, the Musée des Beaux Arts in Rennes and the Musée Fabre in Montpellier – presents a selection of 17th-century French paintings from French public collections, continuing a major series of historical retrospectives highlighting the richness and diversity of France's rich provincial art collections. (The Rubens Century, 1977-78; 19th-century French Sculpture, 1986 and The Seicento: the Century of Caravaggio in French Public Collections, 1988-89)

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