From November 4, 2023 to January 15, 2024, the Prieuré golf course hosts the first Golf Art Fair, an artistic residency dedicated to the passion for golf. Around ten artists, including three women, exhibit their works inspired by this sport and its environment.

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The Golf Art Fair is an original and unique initiative, which brings together artists from different backgrounds around the theme of golf. Painters, sculptors, photographers, graphic designers, designers... Ten of them have taken over the Prieuré golf course, located around thirty kilometers from Paris, to create and exhibit their works there.

Among them, three female artists stand out: Lili Como et Lucie Llong, two painters who revisit the landscapes and colors of the golf course, and Anne Mondy, a serial collage maker who creates original compositions from magazines and newspapers.

The other artists are Hubert Private, a plastic sculptor who plays with the shapes and materials of golf equipment, Antoine Davot (photographer), Jean Leo, (photographer) too, Christophe Lassa, a graphic designer who creates posters and logos inspired by golf, Mister O, a designer who sketches golf scenes and characters with humor and finesse, Stéphane Compoint (a photographer), and Rainbird, a visual artist who uses recycled materials to make golf-related objects and sculptures.

Brian Morgan covered his 50th The Open at Holy Lake last July, he will exhibit exceptional prints from this prestigious golf tournament, as well as other photos from his long career. The opening of the Golf Art Fair will take place this Saturday, November 4 from 18 p.m. at the Prieuré golf course. It will be followed by a Scottish dinner in his honor.

The Golf Art Fair is a unique opportunity to discover golf from an artistic and original angle. Don't miss this exhibition which will make you see golf differently!

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The exhibition is open to the public during the week during golf course opening hours (except Tuesday, closing day) and reserved for members on weekends.

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