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There is no question that the art scene in France is alive and kicking its heels. The impact of Brexit has brought new and exciting art spaces across France that more than merit a taste of as the French would say a “soupçon” of the contemporary art scene in France.

ArtTable’s tour will begin in Paris and then we head south to Provence where we will visit museums, alternative spaces, galleries, artists’ studios, and private collections. France has been the inspiration to artists that have given birth to some of the most important artistic movements and their legacy has laid the foundation for artists for generations.

Highlights of The Itinerary


We could spend the entire time of the tour in Paris yet over the course of our 3 days in this magical city, we plan to get into the flow filled with contemporary art set within extraordinary settings. We will talk with gallerists, artists, curators, and collectors as we visit sites like La Bourse de Commerce or the Fondation Louis Vuitton or alternative art spaces like the recently formed Fiminco. Each day we will have time to enjoy the cuisine of Paris and reflect on our shared experiences. 


This wonderful walled city along the Rhone will be our first stop as we head south. While it is known for its famous Palais des Popes, there is also a burgeoning art scene which includes the collection of noted gallerist and collector, Yvon Lambert. We will have a tour of newly installed works from his  collection. Our day will end with an evening stay at a chateau in the countryside which will provide closer access to a truly unique visit to Anslem Kiefer’s vast studio complex La Ribaute, a 40-hectare site with more than 70 installations by Kiefer along with the exhibition of works by guest artists. 


Arles is a magical town and is one of the most lovely examples of life in Provence spanning the footprints of centuries of cultures. The presence of artists is legendary with Vincent Van Gogh having spent three of his most productive years here. His spirit has attracted many contemporary artists and is the home to one of the significant cultural destinations outside of Paris, LUMA. Created by the efforts of philanthropist Maja Hoffman, LUMA was created on the site of former railyards with many service barns being transported into exhibition spaces with the site being topped by a tower designed by Frank Gehry. Our hotel in Arles will be L’Arlatan, which was designed by the artist Jorge Pardo. Beyond Arles we will venture to Chateau La Coste roaming the hills dotted with large scale sculptures by some of the most important artists working today.

Suzanne Randolph, Tour Curator

The ArtTable tour to Paris and Provence will be curated by The ALIX Experience, a firm that connects women through luxury tours focused on cultural experiences.  ALIX was created by Suzanne Randolph, an ArtTable member and established fine art advisor with Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts. Suzanne created ALIX as she traveled internationally on her own  to keep abreast of the contemporary art market. As a solo woman traveler she realized that many women like herself could benefit from gathering together to share experience and lessen moments of loneliness as one travels for business and for leisure.

Suzanne loves France and looks forward to meeting ArtTable’s travelers!


Member Total Price of Tour = $10,824

Cost of Travel ($9,999) + Required Arttable Donation ($825)

Non-member Total Price of Tour = $11,224

Cost of Travel ($9,999) + Required ArtTable Donation ($1225)

This tour is all-inclusive and includes luxury single-room accommodations, all meals plus wine and gratuities, museum entrance fees and other activity costs, local and international travel. Registration is open to ArtTable members + non-members at this time with pricing as outlined above.


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AT Tours – Morocco Grand Tour 2022

October 15, 2022 All day

A human figure dressed in blue juxtaposed against traditional Moroccan architecture in the distance

Interested in this program? Please email for more information.

Due to extensive interest, we will now be offering 2 separate tours:

– Tour 1: Saturday, October 15 – Monday, October 24
– Tour 2: Saturday, October 29 – Monday, November 7

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The African contemporary art world is presently at an exciting juncture. Marrakech, the red city of Morocco is one of its main hotspots after two highly successful editions of the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair and the re-opening of the Museum of African Contemporary Art Al Maaden (Macaal). In Casablanca, the white city, young emerging artists are creating their own interesting scene and in 2022 it will organize the Casablanca Biennial. We combine this with stunning ceramics and fabrics in Fez and culinary delights everywhere we go. We also take in the breathtaking colors of the Sahara Desert. These experiences together create an unforgettable Grand Tour Morocco, ArtTable style.


Mosque Hassan II in Casablanca

Saturday – Sunday
It is an easy flight into Casablanca from the US. Casablanca high on the list of Art Cities to watch according to ArtNews. Rightfully so. We are lucky because–like our tour– the Casablanca Biennial also got postponed until 2022. We will enjoy a private tour there. We also ‘dive’ into the city’s emerging art scene with inspiring behind-the-scenes visits. We take in the Art Deco architecture and the splendor of one of the biggest mosques of the world. And of course we will sample our first Moroccan delicacies.

Tannery in Fez MoroccoMonday – Tuesday
During a leisurely drive, we will explore the riches of the Northern Moroccan countryside.  We make a very special visit in Rabat, the nation’s current capital,  and also stop in what once was the capital, the amazing imperial town of Meknes. We end the day in magnificent Fez where we check into our dreamy riad hotel and enjoy a glorious dinner.

Explore the enthralling riches of Fez, the oldest imperial city of Morocco, founded in 789 AC. We tour the old town Medina (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) to enjoy the splendid artistry, colors, sounds, smells and sights. We will also visit one of the oldest traditional tanneries in town, and make some special behind-the-scenes visits.

Errachidia, Morocco


We spend the morning with an exciting studio visit in Fez and then make our way to the airport for a short flight South. We land in Errachidia where our desert guide will beawaiting us for a thrilling ride into the desert. To get to our luxury desert camp you can choose your mode of transportation: camel or 4×4 vehicle. We will dine under the stars while enjoying live Moroccan music before going to sleep in our gorgeously decorated tents with all the comforts we could wish for.

Todra Gorg

If you feel like rising early you can enjoy the spectacular desert sunrise! After a luscious breakfast we make our way through the desert into the Atlas Mountains to the Todra Gorg. The region is dotted with deserted kashbas, palmeries and mud-brick villages. The honey hues are a feast for the eyes. We end our day in a colorful oasis nearthe town of Ouarzazate.

An archway in Marrakesh


Morning departure to Ait Ben Haddou, probably the best-preserved Kasbah in the country, dating from the 15th century. Then we continue with a dramatic drive through Tizi n’ Tichka, enjoying breathtaking views of  Berber villages, snow caped mountains and green valleys. Expect to arrive in Marrakesh at the end of the afternoon, and check into our fantastic riad in the medina, our home for the coming days.

Museum of African Contemporary Art Al Maaden

During our stay in Marrakesh we will focus on the thriving contemporary art scene. We will visit stunning settings as we see the work of exciting artists in their studios, and amazing collectors welcome us in their homes. We also visit great galleries and splendid museums : the Museum of African Contemporary Art Al Maaden ( MACAAL), the Fondacion Montresso, and a special visit to the YSL Museum and its glorious gardens. We will meet inspiring professional women in the arts. And there will be  time to do some shopping in the mind-boggling labyrinth of the medina near our hotel. Lunchesand dinners will be exquisite experiences making Marrakesh a wonderful last stop on the ArtTable Grand Moroccan Tour.


Most flights back to the US or to Europe from the convenient Marrakesh airport leave mid-morning.


*Itinerary subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances

– Tour 1: Saturday, October 15 – Monday, October 24
– Tour 2:
Saturday, October 29 – Monday, November 7

9 days / 9 nights

LODGING: 9 nights: Luxury hotels // TRANSPORTATION to each place shown in the itinerary unless it is within a walking-distance. Including domestic flight. // MEALS: All breakfasts, lunches and dinners. // SERVICE CHARGES AND TAXES: All service charges are included for meals and hotels, as well as tips and taxes. // PROGRAM AND TRANSFERS: A complete program throughout the tour, including admission to all points of interest listed in the itinerary. // PERSONNEL: Artigo staff and a representative of ArtTable will accompany the tour throughout.

Not included:
Transatlantic flights; baggage fees; alcoholic beverages; laundry and other items of personal nature; incidental expenses at hotels; excess baggage charges; life, health and accident insurance; luggage insurance; visa or passport fees; or other tour related expenses.

– Single occupancy – $7,750
– Double occupancy – $7,050

PAYMENT SCHEDULE (Payable to Artigo Tours per person):
October 1, 2021 | 1st payment – $1,750
April 1, 2022 | 2nd payment – $2,750
August 1, 2022 | 3rd payment (dependent on type of room)
– Single Occupancy – $ 3,250
– Double Occupancy – $ 2,550

Payable to ArtTable by October 1, 2021
Members: $750
Guests: $1100
ArtTable will send an email with payment details.

All payments made to ArtTable are final and non-refundable.

Please contact ArtTable at with any questions. All payments are non-refundable.


– Mosque Hassan II in Casablanca
– The Fez Tannery
– Errachidia, Morocco
– Todra Gorg
– Marrakesh; Photo courtesy of iStock / Balate Dorin
– The Museum of African Contemporary Art Al Maaden (artwork: Fatiha Zemmouri) © Omar Tajmouati


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AT Tours – Scandinavia Art Experience 2022

June 4, 2022 June 13, 2022

Amos Rex in Helsinki

Interested in this program? Please email for more information.

The light! In Scandinavia this has been an inspiration for artist throughout the ages. This alone is a reason to visit the splendid art capitals of this region. The art worlds are truly exciting with the new Munch Museum and the Twist in Oslo. Helsinki has its first Biennial this year and as a result the art world is more vibrant than ever. And of course we dive into the wonderful art scene of Copenhagen. Exceptional clean Nordic design and the amazing equally ‘clean’ cuisine are further draws. Add the stunning natural beauty and we have a ‘not-to-be missed’ destination. It is no coincidence that the three countries we will visit are home of the Top-3 of Happiest People in the world.


Artwork by Janet Echelmen in HelsinkiHELSINKI, Finland
The Biennial of 2020 (postponed to 2021) really put Helsinki on the art world map. We ‘dive into’ the thriving art scene and see the best it has to offer. We will meet fantastic artists and collectors in their studios and homes. Of course we will include design from the world-renowned Aalto studio. We will enjoy a special behind-the-scenes tour in the Kiasma museum. And in contrast we visit the most beautiful examples of Finnish Jugendstill architecture.

Munch museumOSLO, Norway
‘Oslo is Europe’s next great Art Capitol’ according to And we agree. The new Munch Museum is set be open this fall. It promises to be a fabulous tribute to the artist and of course we will enjoy a special visit. The Oslo art scene is booming and we include the best galleries, museums and private collections in the program. We also make a spectacular trip north to visit the Twist Museum and the sculpture garden surrounding it. Then it is time to take in the natural beauty from the water. We board the cruise-ferry and leave Oslo behind with stunning views of the Norwegian fjords. On board we enjoy a great dinner and spend the night in a first class cabin.

Interior of the Hirschsprung CollectionCOPENHAGEN, Denmark
We wake up arriving in wonderful Copenhagen. The hugely successful contemporary artist Olafur Elliason was born here and we meet some of his contemporaries. We will visit intriguing private collections. And we will enjoy visits to the Hirschsprung Collection for masterpieces from the Danish Golden Age as well as the fantastic modern and contemporary Louisiana Museum and sculpture garden. There is also time for some great (design) shopping. Of course we will eat what could be the best food you have ever tasted in some of the 25+ Michelin star restaurants of the Danish capital. A fantastic last stop on what promises to be a truly magical tour.

Monday, June 13
Flight back home or on your way for further experiences….
*Subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances


June 4-13, 2022

9 days / 9 nights

Perfectly located luxury hotels; First class cabin on the ferry from Copenhagen to Oslo

Breakfast, lunches, dinners included (alcohol not included)

Local transport by luxury coach
Flight from Helsinki to Oslo
Overnight ferry Oslo to Copenhagen

Not included:
Trans-Atlantic flights  (Artigo will advise on preferred flights)

– Single occupancy  – $8,450
– Double occupancy – $7,750

PAYMENT SCHEDULE (Payable to Artigo Tours):

September 1, 2021 | 1st payment – $2,000
February 1, 2022 | 2nd payment – $3,000
April 1, 2022 | 3rd payment – (dependent on type of room, see below)
– Single Occupancy: $3,450
– Double Occupancy: $2,750


Due by September 1, 2021
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Members: $750
Guests: $1100

All payments made to ArtTable are final and non-refundable.

Please contact ArtTable at with any questions. All payments are non-refundable.


  1. Amos Rex by JKMM Architects in Helsinki. Photo: Mika Huisman
  2. Helsinki Biennial brings Janet Echelman’s artwork 1.78 to Senate Square from 31 July to 31 August.
  3. estudio Herreros’ long-awaited Munch Museum is opening its doors on October 22, 2021. Photo: Adrià Goula, courtesy estudio Herreros.
  4. Interior of the Hirschsprung Collection. Photo: Jakob Hunosøes


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