From Jacques Réattu onwards, the reassuring ramparts of the Grand Priory have embraced works by artists who are conquered and fascinated by the power of this enduring site. Katerina Jebb is among those who have been moved by its appeal. Crossing the Réattu’s threshold in 2008, she was carried away by a world of Christian Lacroix’s creation. The sensuality of textiles, materials and colours came together in a glorious symphony at the hands of the Arles couturier, whose creative vision took possession of the whole of the museum’s exhibition space.
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