28 March - 6 September 2015
Attached to simple country values, modest and hard-working, Swiss painter Hans Berger (1882-1977) was, for Jean Planque, the embodiment of the genuine artist.
In the museum’s new exhibition space, the chapelle des Pénitents blancs, the musée Granet invites you to discover 30 or so extraordinary, powerful and colourful works by this painter who often drew his inspiration from France and his travels to Paris, Brittany and Provence, where he befriended the painter Auguste Chabaud.
Some of your paintings are as beautiful and dense as Van Gogh’s.
Jean Planque to Hans Berger
Despite living in seclusion in the countryside around Geneva, Hans Berger was quickly taken up by leading Swiss art dealers and collectors. Jean Planque recommended him to galleries and praised his merits with the same passion as he championed Picasso and Dubuffet.
Hans Berger (1882-1977) was, for Jean Planque, the embodiment of a genuine artist.
Tuesday to Sunday
- 28 March to 10 July, midday to 6pm
- 11 July and 6 September, 10am to 7pm
Annual closing 1 May.
EXHIBITION INCLUDED IN ADMISSION TO THE SAINT-JEAN DE MALTE AND “GRANET XXE, COLLECTION JEAN PLANQUE” SITES OF THE MUSÉE GRANET.
28 March and 10 July
- Full admission: €5
- Reduced admission: €4
11 July and 6 September*
*During this period, the same ticket gives you access to the “Masterworks from the SFOMA and Fischer collection” exhibition
- Full admission: €8
- Reduced admission: €6
Free admission: under 18, students under 26, long-term unemployed, etc.