The MIAM focuses on fringe and unorthodox work, and likes to examine both high-brow and popular culture, a reflection of the world and its multiple realities. It aims to transcend the boundaries between genres, to cross cultures and to showcase modest objects that all too quickly take a back seat, yet have always been a source of inspiration for artists.
The MIAM is also considered as a place for debate and dialogue. Strongly committed to issues such as breaking down artistic barriers and cultural diversity, the MIAM looks to study the phenomena in society that give rise to new artistic expression.
The MIAM house the Bernard Belluc collection. The collection consists of thousands of objects that represent modest art: objects that have been loved and collected, whether mass-produced or hand-crafted.
They are mainly toys, small figures and gadgets.
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