in deutsch. TRINCH La dégelée Rabelais Château de Jau Cases-de-Pène 66 FRANCE The Frenchmen of the south were always scorned as lazy and thieves who do little more than make up dirty jokes and satires of the Renaissance author François Rabelais. While in the north where the ‘sophisticated ones’ abide, great debates ragged violently over China, media, art, and urban development in Asia etc. This summer the Languedoc region along with the FRAC organized a large manifestation of 30 exhibitions with reference to François Rabelais. iphone 8 plus white leather case Recently I visited another of these exhibitions, TRINCH in the Château de Jau in close proximity to Perpignan. iphone 6 case pizza Trinch is an old word that loosely translates into ‘drink first – speak after’, and is dedicated to the search of the heavenly bottle and a higher wisdom, which can be achieved with a good drink. the exhibition is accommodated in one of the most beautiful wine-growing estates of the region, where one can locate this wisdom (in the wine tasting cellar). Featuring: Robert Combas, Johan Creten, Erik Dietman, Laurent Duthion, Richard Fauguet, Le Gentil Garçon, Natacha Lesueur, Jonathan Monk, Régis Perray, dolphins travels, Kris Vleeschouwe, along with a collection of bottle openers. iphone 6 taser case for the last 30 years the owners of the prestigious Château have dedicated themselves to organizing summer exhibitions in the large 350m2 exhibition area of the property. featuring many different collections such as Appel, Arman et César, Tapiès, Combas, Shirley Jaffe, etc. which have been often attended by prominent guests such as Jean Nouvel at the openings. For the last two years the exhibitions have been curated by Sophie Tourneur Phéline. cute phone case iphone 7 plus Sophie is also responsible for the elegant restaurant under the branches of the 300 year old mulberry tree, as well as in charge of the wine tasting. iphone 7 case tommy hilfiger I was lucky to get her to do an interview (while in her waitresses uniform) for Doc-Art-Net where she explains more about this inspiring exhibition, before the rowdy patrons had gotten too carried away with the wine ‘tasting’.