rennes

With its traditional timber-frame houses, the Parliament of Brittany, the Parc du Thabor, and contemporary architecture by Jean Nouvel or Christian de Portzamparc, it’s needless to say that Brittany’s capital is a multi-faceted city.

In this destination for food-lovers, chefs revisit traditional Breton ingredients from local markets, like that of Lices, every Saturday morning. This cheerful city is alive with a unique abundance of culture, hosting a different festival every week, exhibitions and alternative cultural spaces – all for you to discover.

La Collection Pinault au Couvent des Jacobins

The Pinault Collection at the Couvent des Jacobins

FROM JUNE 25 TO SEPTEMBER 13, 2020

The essential main contemporary art event with 103 artworks by 50 internationally renowned artists on the theme of black and white:Jeff Koons, Man Ray, Daniel Buren, Annie Leibovitz, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Antoni Tapies…

La couleur crue
La Couleur crue at the Musée des Beaux Arts
FROM JUNE 25 TO SEPTEMBER 13, 2020
Echoing the Pinault Collection exhibition, the Musée des Beaux Arts offers a journey around color and material.
FRAC de Rennes
LE TEMPS D’UN ÉTÉ
Le temps d’un été, a journey through the city with local actors of contemporary art: Les Champs Libres, La Criée, 40mcube, Frac Bretagne, Lendroit éditions and the PHAKT. A program enriched by the discovery of the Belvedere designed by Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec
Transat en ville à Rennes

DO NOT MISS

Transat en Ville: the square outside the city hall is transformed into an urban beach, with deck chairs, concerts and more than enough room to relax.

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Dimanche à Rennes

Surprising art events in the city’s streets on Sundays. Agenda on: www.dar.rennes.fr

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