Located in the park of the castle of Rochefort-en-Terre, a village of character located in Morbihan in Brittany, the Naia Museum is a unique place in Europe. Private museum, it is also a gallery which offers works for sale.
In the fantastic and visionary universe of Naia are exhibited sculptures, paintings, digital works, kinetic works, photographs, videos, comics and illustrations ...
Developing curiosity, inspiring dreams, providing emotions, inviting the imagination and open-mindedness, this is the museum's primary intention.
The arts of the imagination are not strictly speaking an artistic movement. It is a theme, common to several movements, often underground, which place the imagination at the center of their approach.
The Naia Museum is a space of expression highlighting artists who find it difficult to find their place in more conventional structures.
Each year, in March, the site closes its doors for a month to reinvent itself: the scenography is redesigned every year.
New works are integrated, some stay and others go. It is an opportunity to create a new dialogue, to build another message, to create other connections between the works, the place and the public.
“There will always be a certain proportion of people who will feel a burning curiosity about unknown outdoor spaces, and a burning desire to escape the prison of the known and the real, to reach those enchanted lands of incredible adventure that we open dreams [...].”
Howard Phillips LOVECRAFT