Yvon Lambert, at Collection Lambert, in Avignon.
An installation view of the inaugural exhibition, featuring Edouard Bernard Debat-Ponsan’s Une Porte du Louvre le Jour de la Saint-Barthélémy, 1880, and work by Roni Horn and Lawrence Weiner.
The dining room, with a grid of Goldin’s photographs on the far wall.
In the living room is an assemblage of Greek, Roman, and 19th-century sculpture parts.
An antique sculpture of Christ is affixed to a dining room chair.
The living room.
Catholic reliquaries under bell jars.
The living room mantelpiece, with works by Cy Twombly and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
A view into the living room.
On the floor in a bedroom, a 19th-century painting by Léon Bonnat.
A guest room in Lambert’s house—the vintage Fortuny textile above the bed was a gift from Nan Goldin.
The gardens of Lambert’s house in Avignon.
Looking skyward from the new atrium that connects the two 18th-century buildings that house the collection.
A gallery in Collection Lambert, with Julian Schnabel’s Silencio, 1988, and works by Basquiat and Louis Jammes.
Donkeys in Lambert’s garden.
Lambert in his driveway.
Vincent Ganivet’s sculpture Entrevous, 2010, in a courtyard at Collection Lambert.
A statue of Mercury in Lambert’s garden.
At the Collection (in foreground, from left), a Donald Judd sculpture; Richard Serra’s Untitled (Equal and Diagonally Opposite Corners), 1990; and Diogo Pimentão’s Embrace (Figure), 2012.
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