Frac Brittany

Frac Brittany

The FRAC - Regional Fund for Contemporary Art of Brittany, a leading institution in western France created by the State and the Regional Council of Brittany in 1981, has been based since 2012 in a building designed by the French architect Odile Decq in the heart of Beauregard park in Rennes. Its collection of contemporary art, recognized on a regional, national and international level, now numbers more than 5,000 works.

Through an ambitious program of exhibitions, dissemination and documentation of the collection as well as numerous devices intended for the public, Frac Bretagne questions the future of the institution, in the light of the legitimate aspirations of our contemporary society.

Credits images

1) Frac Bretagne, Rennes © Studio Odile Decq / ADAGP Paris 2021. Crédit photo: Roland Halbe / Région Bretagne; 2) Étienne Bossut, New ..., 1998-1999. Collection Frac Bretagne © Étienne Bossut. Frac Bretagne, Rennes. Photo credit: Marc Domage; 3) European Heritage Days, Frac Bretagne, Rennes, 2021. Photo credit: Jérôme Sevrette; 4) Series of 24 paintings by Corentin Canesson © Corentin Canesson / ADAGP, Paris 2021. View of the Mauve Zone exhibition, presented from 12 February to 19 September 2021 at Frac Bretagne, Rennes. Photo credit: Jérôme Sevrette; 5) and 6) Frac Bretagne, Rennes. Photo credit: Jérôme Sevrette; 7) Frac Bretagne, Rennes © Studio Odile Decq / ADAGP Paris 2021. Photo credit: Roland Halbe / Région Bretagne


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19 Av. André Mussat
35000 Rennes


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