THE BOURGOGNE TRIBAL SHOW
The Bourgogne Tribal Show is the first international art fair to be held in the countryside. In an idyllic environment and a relaxed atmosphere conducive to discovery, the Bourgogne Tribal Show offers its public a resolutely different experience.
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WITH THE FRIENDS SOCIETY OF THE MUSÉE DU QUAI BRANLY - JACQUES CHIRAC
This year, the Friends Society of the musée su quai Branly – Jacques Chirac are paying us a visit. Subscriptions are open to all. Join them and come and see the Bourgogne Tribal Show with your own eyes!
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THE DEALERS
If tribal art remains at the heart of the fair, the Bourgogne Tribal Show is, more than ever, open to other artistic fields: contemporary and modern arts, Chinese, Indian and Japanese classical arts, classical and Egyptian antiques.
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THE EXHIBITORS
The Bourgogne Tribal Show invites visitors to discover the diverse array of actors and trades involved in the tribal arts. Specialists, from pedestal makers to professional restorers to insurers will present the varied aspects of their works.
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ON THE PROGRAMME
Bucolic talks and guided tours on the menu of the 2020 Bourgogne Tribal Show.
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THE WINEMAKERS
Along with julien Guillot – a supporter of the Bourgogne Tribal Show from the outset – our winemakers take visitors through a journey of gastronomical discovery with their exceptional wines produced with care and expertise, using methods respectful of both tradition and the environment.
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AT BRUNO MORY'S
The Bourgogne Tribal Show is hosted in Besanceuil, just a few kilometers from Cluny, on the private estate of contemporary art dealer Bruno Mory. The farm buildings – dating from the 15th and 18th centuries –, the contemporary sculpture park and view form the Clunisois hilltops provide the most remarkable surroundings for visitors.
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EXTEND YOUR STAY
The Bourgogne Tribal Show offers the most perfect occasion for a springtime break. For long walks in the fresh air through beautiful villages and farms; a way to explore Southern Burgundy’s cultural heritage – its castles, the town of Cluny and its abbey, the Romanesque churches and the great wines.
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