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Cannes Bus Station

“Give me a museum and I'll fill it� Pablo Picasso Read Visit Details at the Cannes program May 9

To Monaco for the Gala Dinner Dinner Details May 10th

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Dear Champions of 2013, It gives me great joy to welcome you on behalf of the organizing committee to Cannes 2013 Convention. Cannes is known for its unusual beauty that is certain to put us all in a state of awe with the surrounding architecture of the city. There is so much to see and experience in Cannes and so many pleasant memories to bring back from a city bejewelled with heritage, filled with a thousand years worth of manmade structure each of which can be called a masterpiece. There are some exclusive places, very hard to pick up from usual travel magazines otherwise; that we have planned out for you during this trip to Cannes. Just to give you an idea of what kind of a delightful treat you are in for, we have here for you an informational piece on Cannes. A city you will remember for a long time to come. Warm Regards, Ali Dulaim CEO


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The Cannes Program There are plenty of things to do, places to visit and attractions in the French Riviera, this tour is tailored for our Champions to discover it all.


WEDNESDAY

8 MAY

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Most probably, you’re up in the air by this hour, heading to Cannes via Niece Airport, take some photos before landing.

Land in Cannes via Nice Airport

Check In / Martinez Hotel

Once upon a time ‌

The Hotel Martinez is known for stylish living, where comfort and technology have aesthetic overtones, and from its eminent position on the sea front, on the famous boulevard de La Croisette in Cannes, the Hotel Martinez has established itself over the decades as the flagship hotel on the Riviera. From the outside, its architectural beauty makes it timeless and establishes its elegance and eternal youth. With seven floors that overlook the sea front and a floor area that covers 40,000 square metres, it is one of the top European luxury hotels.

Today, everyone sees Cannes as the world capital of cinema, the city of spangles and starlets, gold and yachts (often immobile), glitter and stars. It is a paradisiacal holiday venue for the wealthy and mighty, the stir of international conventions and also, in summer, the thrill of holidaymakers treading on the red carpet of the Festival Hall steps, with their head in the stars. This effervescence should not, however, make us forget the long centuries of isolation in which generations of inhabitants of Cannes, farmers and fishermen, experienced a harsh, insecure and often dangerous life. Although the people of Cannes were poor, they had an immutable treasure, a providential gift in their enchanting environment under clement skies with a mild climate. The beautiful Bay, the harmonious site, the setting of the hills providing a shield against winds from the outside, the promontory overlooking the beach, the two islands hugging and protecting the coast, a conjunction that has always fascinated and attracted people... from the dawn of time. 14:15 EK077 Arrival Group Flight (Dubai to Nice)

14:45 Group Departure to Martinez Hotel

15:30 Arrival & Check In at Martinez Hotel

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Take some rest or stretch your legs at the Marina, and see you soon at the Welcome Dinner.

Welcome Dinner / Chateau La Napoule

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Be advised to rest an d relax, you’v e got a busy day tomor row.

Cannes during Sunset

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The Château de la Napoule is a restored French castle, located in Mandelieu-la-Napoule in the Alpes-Maritimes Department of France, It has been classified as an historical landmark since 1993, and the gardens are listed by the French Ministry of Culture as among the Notable gardens of France. It was featured as one of the main locations in the 1999 movie Simon Sez. 19:00 - 19:25

Depart Martinez Hotel to Chateau La Napoule

19:25 - 20:15

Drinks Reception

20:15 - 22:15

3 Course Seated Dinner

22:30 - 22:45

Depart Chateau La Napoule for Martinez Hotel

23:00 - 23:10

Arrive Martinez Hotel

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THURSDAY

9 MAY

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Walk at the old town /Antibes

Picassoholiday Museum The Cote d’Azur has always been a popular destination, and in 2008 Antibes-Juan les Pins won the coveted ‘Qualité de Tourisme’ award, in recognition of its standard of welcome for visitors to the area. At the time of writing, only five other towns in the whole of France have received the award so far. According to the Minister of Tourism and the Departmental Union of Tourist offices who awarded the title, Antibes-Juan les Pins was chosen for the exceptional quality of its hotels, restaurants, campsites, cafés, tourist offices, and vacation rental agencies. 07:30 - 8:30 Have your breakfast & be ready for the day 08:30 - 9:00 Depart Martinez Hotel to Antibes

An Art Visit /The Picasso Museum In 1608 it became a stronghold of the Grimaldi family and has borne their name ever since. In 1946 it was the home for six months of the artist Pablo Picasso. Today it is home to the Picasso Museum. From 1702 it became the town hall of Antibes. From 1925 it was known as the Grimaldi Museum, and is today known as the Picasso Museum, the first museum in the world to be dedicated to the artist. Picasso himself donated works to the museum, most notably his paintings, Today the collection totals 245 works by Picasso. Picasso Museum opens at 10:00am

09:10 - 09:20 Walk from Bus drop off point to old town 09:20

All 3 groups to do a walking tour through old town

Bus 1

Bus 3

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Time at leisure

10:45 - 11:45

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Bus 2

Time at Museum

11:00 - 11:45

Departure of coach to Le Park

10:00 - 11:00

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Free Evening The Perfume Town / Grasse Grasse appeared in the cartularies of the Middle Ages, in the early 11th century.

Lunch / Le Park The remains of an estate which enjoyed its golden age in the 1930s, Le Park Lenôtre in Mougins covers nearly 18,000 sqm. Le Park Lenôtre’s lush vegetation invites guests on a voyage of discovery around the Swan pool, the antique theatre and the Florentine fountain dating from the 17th century. Lenôtre is considered one of the ambassadors of French Gastronomy throughout the world. The firm owns 64 luxury gastronomy addresses in 13 countries and keeps on developing especially in Middle East and South East Asia. For a few years, Le Park was owned by French soccer player Patrick Vieira (part of the 1998 World Champions team). He sold Le Park to Lenôtre in 2009.

At the beginning of the 12th century, Grasse became a free commune and an active commercial town. It has still kept to this day the urban structure of the time.

Molinard Factory

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Arrive Le Park

12:50 - 13:20

Welcome Drink

Molinard is a French perfume house founded in 1849 in Grasse. This region in the south of France is considered the birthplace (and today, cradle) of the modern perfume industry. Molinard is one of the oldest family companies in continuous existence, and remains an entirely family-run business even today.

13:30 - 15:00

3 Course Seated Lunch

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Depart Le Park for Grasse

Arrive Grasse (Molinard Factory) Group Perfume Making

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Factory Tour

Molinard Shop

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Depart Grasse to Hotel Martinez

French Riviera /Antibes

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FRIDAY

Lérins Islands

10 MAY

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Get Ready to Race / Golfe Juan Harbour

Regatta Race / Lérins Islands

07:30 - 8:30

The Lérins Islands are a group of four Mediterranean islands the French Riviera, The two largest islands in this group are the Île Sainte-Marguerite and the Île Saint-Honorat,The smaller Îlot Saint-Ferréol and Îlot de la Tradelière are uninhabited.

Have your breakfast & be ready for the day

08:45 - 09:15

Coach Departure from Martinez Hotel to Golfe Juan Harbour. (General briefing in Coach) Group Photo

09:30 - 9:45

Dispatch onto sailing boats (Short briefing by the skipper)

09:45

First boat leaves the mooring

The Île de Saint-Honorat bears the name of the founder of the monastery of Lérins, Saint Honoratus. It was founded around the year 410. It is in this monastery that Saint Porcarius lived and probably was killed during an invasion by Saracens. According to tradition, Saint Patrick, patron of Ireland, studied there in the fifth century. 10:15 - 11:00

Regatta begins. 1st round Golfe juan To Lerins Islands

11:15 - 12:00

The 2nd round race begins, around the Lerins Islands (2 islands: St Honorat + St Marguerite)

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Teams make their way to St Honorat Island for lunch

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Disembarkment operation (with the zodiac boats)

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Lérins Islands Lunch / St Honorat Island Saint Honorat Island, known as Lérina in ancien times, is a small lush garden in the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea. For 16 centuries, the monastery on the island has been home to the Cistercian Congregation of the Immaculate Conception. Today the community is made up of 25 monks living modestly and peacefully in this unspoilt sun-kissed paradise, an oasis of silence. 13:00 - 14:45 14:45 - 15:45 15:45-16:10 16:20 - 16:35

Monte Carlo

Enjoy the Ro ad back to Cann es

Gala Dinner / Monte Carlo The Hôtel de Paris, established in 1864 by Charles III of Monaco, is located on the west side of the Place du Casino in the heart of Monte Carlo. It belongs to the Société des bains de mer de Monaco (SBM), and is part of the elite Palace Grand Hotels in Monaco with the Hotel Hermitage, the Monte-Carlo Beach Hotel on Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, the Metropole Hotel and Fairmont hotel. 18:00

Depart Martinez Hotel for Monte Carlo,

3 Course Seated Lunch

19:15 - 19:30

Free time in Casino Square (for those who wish)

Guided tour of St Honorat

19:15 - 20:15

Drinks Reception

Island to finish at the pontoon

20:15 - 22:15

4 Course Seated Dinner

Ferry transfer to

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Depart Hotel de Paris for Martinez Hotel

Cannes Old Harbour

From: 23:30

Arriving at Martinez Hotel

Coach departure from Cannes Old Harbour to Martinez Hotel

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THE OF


Cannes is Now Yours Get to know Cannes and the French Riviera before you even arrive, the glamorous city awaits you. Cannes Essential Food to Discover Places to Visit Things to Do Important Contacts


Administration

CANNES

Statistics

Mobile Rooming

Climate

Pray Time

Taxes

Currency

ESSENTIAL

The currency used in France is the Euro.

Elevation: 0–260 m (0–850 ft) Land area: 19.62 km2 (7.58 sq mi) Population: 72,939 (2008)

Notes come in denominations of: €100, €50, €20, €10 and €5

and the coins in use are:

Country: Region: Department : Arrondissement: Coordinates:

Operators From / To

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Local Call Call to KSA (p/m) (p/m)

Average high: 19.2 °C Daily mean: 14.6 °C Average low: 9.9 °C

France Provence-AlpesCôte d'Azur Alpes-Maritimes Grasse 43deg/32min N 07deg/01min E

Received Calls (p/m)

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Sales tax is quite high at 18.6%, and is included in the shop prices. This tax can be refunded to tourists from outside of the EU whenever €175 or more is spent in the same shop. Most retailers will present you with a form to fill out in these cases, to give to customs officials at the airport. In other situations, however, tourists have to pay special taxes. While staying in France, visitors usually have to pay a tourism tax or a flat-rate tourism tax which is fixed by the local authority and ranges between 0,15 and 1,07 € per person per day, depending on the quality and the standard of the accommodation. The tax will be added to your hotel bill by the owner of the accommodation.


Electric Power

Languages

French Phrases

People in Cannes speak French with a southern accent. Until 1914 the inhabitants of Cannes spoke Cannois, a variant of Provençal-Maritime, which can still today be noticed in most place names. Today only a small group mainly from the fishing community speaks that typical accent from this branch of Provençal.

Opening Hours

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Voltage 230 V Frequency 50 Hz

Buses stop at the two coach stations, at place de l’Hôtel de Ville and place Cornut-Gentille. Other stops include the port, railway station and town hall. The network includes the nearby towns of La Bocca, Le Cannet and Mandelieu–La Napoule. Buses run every 15 minutes, 0545-2045. Single tickets can be purchased on the bus and cost €1.25. A carnet of ten tickets costs €8.30 and a week pass costs €9.20 – these can be purchased at the coach station or on the bus.

English Do you speak English? Excuse me Glad to meet you Good-bye Good evening Good morning Hello Here I don't understand I'm sorry No Yes Please Thank you There Very well What? When Where 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Tipping & Etiquette

Pronunciation par-lay voo zon-glay ex-koo-zay mwah on-shohn-tay oh ruh-vwar bon-swar bon-zhoor sah-loo ee-see jhuhn kom-prohn pah day-zoh-lay nohn dah-core seel voo play mare-see lah treh bee-ehn kom-mohn kohn oo un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf dix

French Parlez-vous anglais? Excusez-moi Enchanté Au revoir Bon soir Bon jour Salut Ici Je ne comprends pas Desolé Non d'accord S'il vous plaît Merci Là Très bien Comment? Quand Où uh duhr twa katr sank sees set weet nurf dees

In all but the smallest cafes, service charges will be included on the bill, and can vary from 10 15%. Additional tips are not obligatory but will be gratefully accepted. In bars, salons, hotel lobbies and taxis a gratuity of one or two Euros will be very welcome for a satisfactory level of service, but is by no means compulsory.

Cannes at night

Transportation

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DISCOVER

FOOD

Cannes

Nice

Gastron & Gatounette

Grand Balcon

Address: 6-7 Quai Saint Pierre, 06400 Telephone: +33 (0)4 93 39 47 92 Area: Old harbour Style: Semi casual Au Poisson Grille Cuisine: French with meat & fish specialities Address: 8 Quai Saint-Pierre, 06400 www.restaurant-a-cannes.com/fr_FR/ Telephone: +33 (0)4 93 39 31 65 Area: Old harbour Style: Semi casual Cuisine: Fish specialities www.poisson-grille.com

Address: 10 rue St François de Paule Telephone: + 33 (0)4 93 62 60 74 Area: Old town Le Hussard Style: Semi casual Address: 1-3 Rue St François de Paule Cuisine: French Telephone: + 33 (0)4 93 81 93 81 www.legrandbalcon.net Area: Old town Style: Semi casual Cuisine: French lehussardrestaurant.com

L’univers Chez Astoux

The restaurant has been open since 1953 and highlights three generations of experience.

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Address: 41-43 rue Félis Faure Telephone: +33 (0)4 93 39 06 22 Area: Old harbour Style: Casual Cuisine: Mediterranean www.chezastoux.com

The gates of the old town, the restaurant Universe takes you on a journey to the heart of Southern cuisine, open fireplace that give it a warm and cozy atmosphere. Address: 54 bd Jean Jaurès Telephone: + 33 (0)4 93 62 32 22 Area: City Center Style: Semi casual / gourmet www.christian-plumail.com


St Tropez

Antibes

Le Virage

Auberge Des Maures

Le Figuier St Esprit

Address: 1 quai Albert 1er, 98000 Telephone: +377 93 50 77 21 Area: Monaco Harbour Style: Semi casual Cuisine: French www.virage.mc

Address: 4 Rue Docteur Boutin. Telephone: +33 (0)4 94 97 01 50 Area: Old town / City center Style: Casual Cuisine: French www.aubergedesmaures.fr

Address: 14 Rue du Saint-Esprit, 06600 Telephone: +33 (0)4 93 34 50 12 Area: Old town Antibes Style: Refine gourmet Cuisine: Refined French / Mediterranean www.christianmorisset.fr

Saint Benoit 10 av de la Costa, 98000 Telephone: +377 93 25 02 34 Area: Casino area/above harbour Style: Semi casual Cuisine: French www.monte-carlo.mc/lesaintbenoit/

La Table Du Marche La Rose Des Ventes Offers traditional Monegasque and Italian dishes in a refined atmosphere. Address Plage du Larvotto, Avenue Psse Grace, 98000 Telephone: +377 97 70 46 96 Area: Beach area Style: Casual Cuisine: Monegasque/Italian www.larosedesventsmonaco.com

The idea of "Market Table" was born in Saint-Tropez and its Merchants Street,Enjoy the atmosphere of this village house. Address: 11 rue des Commerรงants Telephone: + 33 (0)4 94 97 01 25 Area: City center Style: Casual Cuisine: French Bistro www.christophe-leroy.com/restaurants/tabledu-marche-st-tropez.html

Ratatouille (a vegetable stew with olive oil

Monaco

Les Vieux Murs Arnal Family, owners of this beautiful place. They goal personality to make you spend an unforgettable lunch or dinner. Address: 25, Prom. Amiral de Grasse, 06600 Telephone: + 33 (0)4 93 34 06 73 Area: Old town Antibes Style: Casual/Chic Cuisine: Provenรงal/ Mediterranean www.lesvieuxmurs.com/fr/

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PLACES

Museums

Historical Places

TO VISIT

Cathedral

Musee Chagall

Address: Place du Palais, Monaco Telephone: +377 93 25 18 31

Address: 36 Avenue Docteur Ménard, Nice Telephone: + 33 (0)4 93 53 87 20 (National Museum or Chagall Biblical Message) is dedicated to the work of painter Marc Chagall, essentially his works inspired by religion

Maison Des Papillons Address: 17, Rue Etienne Berny, St Tropez Telephone: + 33 (0)4 94 97 63 45

Cathédrale Notre-Dame-Immaculée is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Monaco The cathedral wasconsecrated in 1875,

Around 4500 Butterflies Collected By Dany Lartigue, Son Of Riviera Photographer Jacques Lartigue, Are Pinned To The Walls In La Maison Des Papillons.

Prince’s Palace Oceanographical Museum Address: Avenue Saint-Martin, Monaco Telephone: +377 93 15 36 00 Built on the side of the mythical Rock of Monaco, it has been watching over the oceans for over a century. it’s entirely dedicated to Art & Science

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Address: Place du Palais, Monaco Telephone: +377 93 25 18 31 The Princes Palace is the private residence of the ruling Prince but the State Apartments are open for public visits part of the year.


Shopping

Cannes Cinema Tour

Flower Market

Address: Palais des Festivals, beach side Telephone: + 33 (0)4 93 38 39 18

Address: Cours Saleya, Nice

Cannes Cinema Tour hand prints of Actor Richard Gere

Sightseeing

One of Nice's most divine pleasures is wandering the outdoor markets along the Cours Saleya. Blooms of every colour and shape burst to life

The Train Theatre offers two tours to the discovery of north of Cannes: History Tour (Suquet, historical centre) & the Tour Croisette (Cannes, Palm Beach).

Old Town (Le Vieux Nice) Palais Des Festivals Address: La Croisette, Cannes Telephone: + 33 (0)4 92 99 84 22 The Festival de Cannes has celebrated the cinema for more than 60 years. Over the years, the French Association of International Film Festival has evolved here.

Nice district of Nice, close to the Promenade des Anglais. A walk through the streets of the old town and the nice local provençal shops is a good morning activity before lunch in the old town for instance.e

Galerie Gray d’Albion Address: 17 Gray Street, La Croisette, Cannes Cannes’ largest shopping centre, a place where many a credit card has been melted. Packed full of chic boutiques and designer stores

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THINGS TO DO

Water Activities

Beach

Diving

Swimming Beachs

Aqua Evolution +33493434042 2 Rue Esprit-Violet 06400 Cannes

Plage publique Boulevard du Midi Boulevard du Midi 06400

Boats

Plongée Club de Cannes +33493386757 Quai Saint-Pierre Bateau "Sylpa" 06400 Cannes

Folly Too +33493434880 Quai Saint-Pierre 06400 Cannes

Cannes Fun Dive 06.60.80.59.18 Port Canto 06400 Cannes

La Clé de Sol 06.07.35.01.67 Quai Saint-Pierre 06400 Cannes

Némo Plongée 04.93.70.49.97 Pointe Croisette 06400 CANNES

Water sports centre Island Surf Shop 04.93.43.40.48 25 Avenue Reine Astrid 06400 Cannes Stand Up Paddle location 06.82.17.08.77 Boulevard Gazagnaire Plage du Mouré Rouge 06400 Cannes

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Rivage Croisières Catamaran 04.92.98.71.31 Quai des îles 06400 CANNES

Plage publique face au Palais des Festivals Boulevard de la Croisette 06400 Plage publique en haut de la Croisette Boulevard de la Croisette 06400 Cannes

Beach Volley Rue Jean Dollfus Plage N°32 06400 Cannes Boulevard du Midi Plage N°34 06400 Cannes


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Mandelieu Riviera - Barbossi 04.92.97.49.49 Avenue des Amazones 06210 Mandelieu-La-Napoule Golf Country Club Saint-Donat 04.93.75.79.13 270 route de Cannes 06130 Grasse Golf Country Club Cannes Mougins +33493757913 175 Route d'Antibes 06250 Mougins Golf Club d'Opio-Valbonne 04.93.12.00.08 Route de Roquefort -les-Pins 06650 Opio

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Emergency Numbers In France

POLICE: FIREMEN:

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SAMU (emergency medical service): European emergency number: Emergency number at sea: Anti-poison center of Marseille:

Impotant numbers

Hotel:

15 112 1616 +33 (0)4 91 75 25 25

SBM contact: Wael Al Andari Mobile:

+ 966 504 208084 + 33 672264464

Hotel Martinez Address: 73 Boulevard de la Croisette 06400 Cannes, France

HOSPITAL CANNES Centre Hospitalier de Cannes 15 av des Broussailles – 06400 Cannes Phone number: Emergency phone number:

+33 (0)4 93 69 70 00 +33 (0)4 93 69 71 50

Phone:

+33 4 92 98 73 00

Hotel Contacts:

+33 4 92 98 73 42

Phone:

Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace 1, avenue Pasteur – 98000 MONACO

Mr Fabrizzio Bozzolan Concierge Desk

Emergency phone number:

+ 377 97 98 99 00 + 377 97 98 97 69

Mobile:

Mrs. Cortes Hotel Account Management

HOSPITAL MONACO

Phone number:

Banks Sadler Contact: Katy Harris

Phone:

+33 4 92 98 73 00

+44 (0) 7595 106 240 + 33 633339735

Al Ahram Travel Representative Soheil Sabaii mobile:

+33607100081

Cannes Old Town

IMPORTANT CONTACTS


Picasso, Henri Matisse and Marcel Duchamp are commonly regarded as the three artists who most defined the revolutionary developments in the plastic arts in the opening decades of the 20th century, responsible for significant developments in painting, sculpture, printmaking and ceramics. Picasso demonstrated extraordinary artistic talent in his early years, painting in a realistic manner through his childhood and adolescence. During the first decade of the 20th century, his style changed as he experimented with different theories, techniques, and ideas. His revolutionary artistic accomplishments brought him universal renown and immense fortune, making him one of the best-known figures in 20th-century art.

Night Fishing At Antibes

Pablo Ruiz y Picasso, known as Pablo Picasso , 25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973) was a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, and stage designer who spent most of his adult life in France. As one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century, he is widely known for co-founding the Cubist movement, the invention of constructed sculpture, The co-invention of collage, and for the wide variety of styles that he helped develop and explore. Among his most famous works are the proto-Cubist Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907), and Guernica (1937), a portrayal of the German bombing of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War.


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