A Centre of Contemporary Photographic Art that takes its place fully within the locality and its history, focussed on several sites within the town:

The Villa Pérochon (opening in March 2013)

Its garden and its gallery of 130 m2, patrimonial site, former home of the writer Ernest Pérochon, Goncourt prize winner of 1920, a short walk from the TGV/SNCF railway station and opposite the Agesci museum

The Bélvédère at the Moulin du Roc

Exhibition gallery of 100 m2 at the heart of the cultural infrastructure of the town

The Fort Foucault

Residence for artists, villa dating from the early 19th century, situated in the town centre on the vestiges of the medieval fortress

The Photo Corner

Production and training workshop within walking distance of the Cultural Action Centre at the Moulin du Roc and the National Centre for Street Arts

Access by road: 
Nantes : 1 hour 20 minutes
Bordeaux: 2 hours
La Rochelle: 50 minutes
Limoges: 2 hours 15 minutes 

Access by train: 
Paris: 2 hours 20 minutes