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It is as if you get inside the head/mind of the artist himself who must have so many ideas running around there that it would be so cluttered!
So surreal to be walking around here that we came back for another visit and so worth...More
Went here again with friends and again had a great time
The exhibition had changed to ensure that it was different to each visitor but this just enhanced it for us
The remind of the artist who we were also lucky enough to meet again...More
A nice and unique labyrinth of surrealist and contemporary art. It's unbelievable how a single artist can have so much inspiration! If you are lucky, the artist will guide you through the artworks and will tell you many stories about him, his work, life, trips,...More
This has to been seen. I think its the best attraction in sousse and i have seen evetything ovet 24 years.
Its not widely advertised ad its a family run business. Its a house converted into a living museum so although you enter to see...More
Although I had read a short blurb about this place in a French guidebook, I stopped by with a friend right before we were ready to leave Sousse, not really knowing what to expect other than unusual, contemporary art pieces.
The directions in our guidebook...More
This place is amazing!! If you've got any interest in art then this will be right up your street! It's a maze of quirky and completely bizarre artefacts and artwork. Parts were completely mesmerising. The lady that runs it doesn't speak any English but is...More
Wow! Wow! Is what you think as soon as you step up to the front of this Art Area - as you cannot call this a museum or a gallery - you are definitely taken aback, as this is an actual house.
It is out...More
This place alone is worth a visit to Tunisia. It's mind-blowing
I could never do it justice, if you have even a vague interest in anything vaguely artistic check this place out.
When we went I didn't have enough dinars, but he let me in...More
took 2 kids along to see something different. This is a private courtyard style house displaying a range of sculpture mainly made from recycled old materials such as bulk load of old radios, used paintbrushes, strange tortoises made of sewn leather and old army helmets......More