The Blachère Foundation offers a wonderful exhibition of works by contemporary artists from Africa and the Diaspora who revisit the History of Art in a personal way. The public discovers creations that revisit great classics such as Manet's "Le déjeuner sur l'herbe" (Lunch on the Grass) or that take up the styles of works by artists such as Gauguin and Picasso. Some of the works exhibited were already part of the Blachère Collection, while others are on loan from galleries, museums and collectors or are the result of artists in residence. A nice moment of re-creation in perspective in the Vaucluse. More information on the Blachère Foundation website.