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MUSÉE DÉPARTEMENTAL DES ARTS ASIATIQUES

The Alpes Maritimes Departemental commissioned the famous Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, to design a building for a museum, a venue for meetings and exchanges between Asian arts and western culture.
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405 Promenade des Anglais - 06200 NICE
Tel.: +33(0)4 92 29 37 00

Opening hours: 10:00-17:00 - 18:00 (01/07-31/08)
Annual closing: 01/01, 01/05, 25/12
Weekly closing: Tuesday all day,
Standing in the artificial lake in Parc Phoenix, in a building of white marble and glass designed by the Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, the Asian Arts Museum evokes the spirit of the main civilizations of Asia, India, Southeast Asia, China and Japan through both classical and contemporary works. Temporary exhibitions, as well as performances and other activities, like the famous ‘tea ceremony’ illustrate the Museum’s creativity.


Activities/Ceremony for groups: http://www.arts-asiatiques.com/fr/accueil-public/offre-tarifs/tarifs-et-services/




Payment methods:
  • Credit card
  • American express
  • Cheques
  • Holiday vouchers
  • Cash
Areas:
  • Airport / West Nice
  • Sea side
Labels:
  • Famille Plus
  • Qualité tourisme
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Upcoming events
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L'ASIE RÊVÉE D'YVES SAINT LAURENT
The exhibition "Asia dreamed by Yves Saint Laurent" brings together thirty-five models, inspired by India, China and Japan, as well as sketches, jewelry, and photographs. See the details ›
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LES DERNIERS KALASH DE L'HINDU KUSH
Photo-reporter with international reputation, Sarah Caron has immersed herself in the intimacy of this unknown people to deliver an original photographic series, testifying of their daily life but also of their identity. See the details ›
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