La Tannerie

The art of being contemporary
Interpretation centre ,  New technology and images at Bégard

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  • In the centre of Trégor, the former tannery has been turned into a unique art centre, devoted to contemporary creativity with two or three exhibitions a year.

    Built in 1927, open to the public since 2012, this renovated former farmhouse makes Bégard - 4,850 inhabitants - one of the smallest towns in Brittany to have its own contemporary art centre. Built of stone, wide open to daylight, the gallery hosts artists in residence and quirky exhibitions that establish a dialogue between the plastic arts, designer arts and space in the widest sense of the word. The lower floor, an area of 200 sq.m., is surrounded by gardens. The upstairs is reserved for invited artists, providing an area where they can live, experiment and create. La Tannerie supports exhibitions that are challenging but not elitist, taking the time to share through communication. This place is a one-off in the local cultural landscape, off the beaten track. Its past visitors have included Yann Kersalé, Gilles Clément and Régis Perray.
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