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Galerie Le Château d'eau

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The place is unusual, to say the least. Set on the banks of the Garonne river, this 19th Century water tower made of brick was used to supply 90 fountains in its day and you can still see the old hydraulic machinery (the water wheel is impressive!).
Since 1974, it is used as an art gallery by the Toulousian photographer Jean Dieuzaide. More than 400 artists have exhibited there, including Doisneau, who was the subject of the very first exhibition in the water tower.

Each year, around ten exhibitions take place within the framework of a programme balanced between the great names of photography and young talents, supporting the international reputation of the place.

Horaires

From Tuesday to Sunday: from 12am to 6 pm or from 1pm to 7pm. Closed on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th.

Contact

chateaudeau.toulouse.fr

05 34 24 52 35



le Chateau d'eau

No water, but lots of photos! This water tower has been renovated as an art gallery to the great delight of photography buffs.
The place is unusual, to say the least. Set on the banks of the Garonne river, this 19th Century water tower made of brick was used to supply 90 fountains in its day and you can still see the old hydraulic machinery (the water wheel is impressive!).
Since 1974, it is used as an art gallery by the Toulousian photographer Jean Dieuzaide. More than 400 artists have exhibited there, including Doisneau, who was the subject of the very first exhibition in the water tower.

Each year, around ten exhibitions take place within the framework of a programme balanced between the great names of photography and young talents, supporting the international reputation of the place.