Musee d’Art Moderne in Ceret

The museum of modern art of Céret is the fruit of the passages and stays of the greatest artists of the 20th century in the city and its surroundings: Picasso, Braque, Gray, Soutine, Chagall, Herbin, Matisse, Masson, Krémègne then Miró, Tàpies, Viallat, Toni Grand, Bioulès … From Cubism to the School of Paris, from New Realism to Support-Surface, the collection presents an exhaustive panorama of the art of the past century.

The museum created in 1950, by two protagonists of this artistic adventure, Pierre Brune and Frank Burty Haviland, acquired the last twenty years an international dimension. Its status changed, municipal museum until 2004 it became, since January 1, 2005, Public Establishment of Cultural Cooperation, managed by the city of Céret, the General Council of Pyrénées-Orientales and the Languedoc-Roussillon Region.

Temporary exhibitions alternate between modern and contemporary art: they allow a better knowledge of the artistic passages in the south of France and Catalonia, and also open on the international level.

Click on the museum’s website below for a calendar of their events and exhibitions.


Full access (permament & temporary exhibitions)
Adult 8€
Reduced 6€

Permanent exhibition
Adult 5.50€
Reduced 3.50€

Opening Hours

24th June – 1st October, Every day, 10am – 7pm

2nd October – 23rd June, Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm

Museum of Modern Art Céret
8, Bd Maréchal Joffre
66400 Ceret – France
T (33) 04 68 87 27 76

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