La Borne Museum

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André Rozay - © ©Pascal VANGYSEL - F18220 - @:  images.studio@free.fr
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Marie Talbot - © ©Pascal VANGYSEL - F18220 - @:  images.studio@free.fr
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Vassil Ivanoff - © ©Pascal VANGYSEL - F18220 - @:  images.studio@free.fr
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Élisabeth Joulia - © ©Pascal VANGYSEL - F18220 - @:  images.studio@free.fr
©Pascal VANGYSEL - F18220 - @: images.studio@free.fr
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The museum of La Borne presents each year a new exhibition around the works of the XNUMXth century. A book dedicated to the museum's collection is available. Common ticket on sale at the contemporary ceramic center La Borne

Between Bourges and Sancerre, in the chapel in the heart of the pottery village, the La Borne museum invites you to discover a remarkable collection of ceramics from the 18th to the 20th century. Each year, a new exhibition is proposed. Since 2020 the museum has been dedicated to works from the 136th century and presents a new scenography. The artists Élisabeth Joulia, Vassil Ivanoff, Yves Mohy, André Rozay, Marie Talbot etc. are presented. A 15-page catalog on the 2022th century has been published and available since April XNUMX, XNUMX.

  • Groups accepted

Leisure

  • Temporary exhibitions

Categories

  • Private museum

Spoken languages

  • French

Services & equipment

  • Pet Friendly
  • Shop
  • Room rentals
  • Parking
  • Onsite
  • Screening Room
  • Shop

Rates & payment

Payment method

  • checks
  • Cash