LAAC – Modern Art Museum (Lieu d’Art et Action Contemporaine)

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At the heart of sculptures, stones, and a water garden, you’ll find the LAAC building, with its astonishing white ceramic architecture.
The museum collection is rich with art from the 1950s and 1980s: Karel Appel, Arman, César, Eugène Leroy, and many others. The dynamic program of exhibitions, events, and activities designed to interest
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302 Avenue des Bordées, Dunkirk, France

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The LAAC presents a one-of-a-kind sculpture garden, two large-scale exhibitions each year, and four temporary exhibitions. In addition, it presents a permanent collection of over two hundred ‘Must-See Works’ and its one-of-a-kind sculpture garden.

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