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Fabre & the city

Sculptures and paintings from the Age of Enlightenment are brought to life so they can share their memories in a funny and philosophical webseries.

This quirky conversation between a Roman Antiquity, drawings and paintings is a true introduction to the tour of the works of art of the Fabre Museum in Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole. A newcomer questions them, allowing them to reveal the way they were made, how they were stored during the 18th Century - before the museum’s opening - and to discuss how they are exhibited. Cépé’s contemporary and synoptic style frames these stories of the past that will strike with philosophy today’s visitors.

 Tablet / smartphone / computer


© Musée Fabre Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole ■ Conception et réalisation : Opixido ■ Illustrations : CÉPÉ ■ Coordination éditoriale : Aude JOLY ■ Scénario : Karine CHAUNAC ■ Intégration multimédia : Pascal PRAT


Cédric PIERRE-BEZ was born in Marseille in 1984. He now lives and works in Montpellier. After graduating as a graphic designer from the Kedge School of Design, he devotes himself to illustration, which he freelances under the name CÉPÉ.