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Welcome at the Millennium Art Gallery

Next opening  -  Monday 04.12.2023

Our contemporary art gallery represents internationally renowned artists as well as emerging creators. It showcases a diversity of artistic expressions, ranging from painting to photography, from sculpture to design objects and digital art.


From New York City to Switzerland, Charles Fazzino

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The gallery is pleased to welcome American artist Charles Fazzino and his collection "From New York City to Switzerland" until January 8th, 2024.

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A contemporary art gallery

We are delighted to welcome you to our exhibition space and share our passion for art with you. Come explore new artistic frontiers and discover an inspiring world where each exhibited piece tells a unique story, within the modern and welcoming setting of our gallery.

You also have the opportunity to explore and purchase our works online.

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Ongoing exhibition


Charles Fazzino

Fazzino is one of the most popular 3D artists in the world. For over thirty years, he has captivated private collectors, galleries, auction houses, and contemporary art enthusiasts with his vibrant, playful, and sparkling relief representations.

His works shine a spotlight on iconic cities, starting with his own, New York, which he depicted from the early days with a playful eye and great attention to detail. He has also created works featuring celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Alfred Hitchcock, Walt Disney characters, sporting events, and other popular subjects.

As the founder of the 3D Pop Art movement in the late 1970s, Fazzino is renowned for his innovative style, unique technique, and distinctive sense of composition.


Dates : from October 16th to November 17th

Opening hours : Monday to Friday, 11:30 am to 7:30 pm – free entrance

Vernissage : October 18th at 5 pm 



Millennium Art Gallery is pleased to present several favorite artists whose works have been the subject of temporary exhibitions.

Face à face

Luna Ribes

The "Face à Face" exhibition by Swiss artist Luna Ribes features portraits of young women inspired by various artistic styles, merging pop art and naïve art with vibrant colors and bold perspectives. Her female figures also evoke the work of Margaret Keane, but Luna Ribes brings a unique energy and humor to her portraits. These young women, famous or anonymous, express their personalities through hairstyles, outfits, and accessories adorned with Swarovski crystals.

Luna Ribes developed her artistic talent in England and at the School of Fine Arts in Milan, exhibiting worldwide from Saint-Tropez to New York, with an unmistakable style and a dazzling color palette.

Dates: September 4th to September 29th 2023
Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 11:30 am to 7:30 pm – free entrance



Marie-Amélie Chéreau

Marie-Amélie Chéreau is a painter and author.

The "Dualities" exhibition showcases a collection of her latest works and highlights themes that are dear to the artist, such as the search for light, the reconciliation of dualities, and the quest for meaning in life.

Her creative process is highly impulsive, primarily using a palette knife to create thick and dynamic textured works, where the abstract mixes with figurative elements. Her favorite subject is the journey from darkness to light, somewhat akin to a healing process.

Marie-Amélie Chéreau makes the invisible visible in her paintings, bringing unity to disintegration and creating a positive vision of life that she aims to convey to the viewer through her works.

Millennium fait son cinéma

History of the Cannes Festival 

« Millennium fait son cinéma » exhibition offers you the opportunity to discover or rediscover iconic photographs of cinema stars who have left their mark on the history of the Cannes Film Festival.

The exhibition presents a collection of iconic photographs of Brigitte Bardot, Alain Delon, Jean Paul Belmondo, Romy Schneider, Catherine Deneuve, and many others. These photographs capture the golden age of French cinema, immortalizing the eternal beauty of these celebrities through official (or stolen!) snapshots, notably collected by Daniel Angeli, known as the "King of Paparazzi."

Many photos that made magazine covers will be on display, offering an immersion into a world of glitz that the photographer captured over a career spanning nearly sixty years.