Brigitte Bardot exhibition from 23 June to 31 October 2010 in Saint-Tropez (French Riviera)
Bardot, the symbol of femininity, in all her glory.
Sublime in the film "And God Created Woman", painted by Andy Warhol, the first celebrity to model for the Marianne bust, the symbol of the French Republic: Bardot is admired throughout the world.
This exhibition on Brigitte Bardot delves deep into her turbulent existence. Structured in three sections, arranged in chronological order, the exhibition takes visitors to the heart of Brigitte Bardot’s private life. A series of themed alcoves present the key moments in B.B.’s life, each one recalling a song, a film, a TV programme, etc.
Brigitte Bardot has loaned some of her personal possessions for the occasion, including unpublished letters, and works by prestigious photographers, painters and sculptors.
A tour punctuated by films, archive footage and rare interviews that is sure leave no visitor unmoved
For further information, contact Saint-Tropez Tourist
Tel.: +33 (0) 892 68 48 28 (€0.35/min)
- €11, concs €8
- Free to children under 10 years
- Possibility of late opening, private parties and guided tours
Espace Rendez-Vous des Lices
Daily, 11 am to 8 pm (+ late opening in July and August until 11 pm)
Tickets can be purchased from the Office de Tourisme (tourist office) on
Quai Jean Jaurès