Caroline Solvay & Alexander Hollan on show at the Olive Tree EcoMuseum in Volx

The Olive Tree EcoMuseum in Volx is home, until November 4, to a new and special exhibition dedicated to the works of Carole Solvay and Alexandre Hollan, two talented artists both passionate about nature. Don’t miss it!
By Justine Fiordelli

For the curious amongst you, take note. If you want to unravel the mystery of the olive and know everything about a fruit integral to the Mediterranean culture, this place is for you! Located in Volx, in the Luberon Regional Natural Park, the Olive Tree Museum invites visitors on a fun and engaging visit! On the program, 555m² entirely dedicated to the olive and which combines interactive tools, video sequences and sensory activities. Here, the olive takes center stage and is revealed as never before.

As every year at this time, the Olive Tree EcoMuseum welcomes a new annual exhibition dedicated to two artists, fans of nature. Carole Solvay, a Brussels-born artist presents "Rêve d’Olivier,” or “Dream of the Olive Tree,” a series of sculptures made from feathers she collects throughout the year. Alexandre Hollan, meanwhile, reveals a series of drawings called “Oliviers Hors du Temps,” or “Olives Out of Time," in which he shares his personal vision of nature and trees, that he considers living beings. Intrigued? You have until November 4 to discover it!

DISCOVER
Carole Solvay & Alexandre Hollan
May 10 to November 4, 2014
Olive Tree EcoMuseum
Ancienne route de Forcalquier
04130 Volx
Tel: +33 (0)4 92 72 66 91
www.ecomusee-olivier.com
EcoMuseum in Volx
EcoMuseum in Volx
Exhibition of Carole Solvay & Alexandre Hollan, from 4 may to 4 november 2014 !
DR, Ecomusée de l'Olivier

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