Legal Notice​

Site owner

Fondation Marguerite et Aimé Maeght
623 chemin des gardettes
06570 Saint-Paul de Vence
SIRET : 782 636 500 00012
N° TVA : FR68782636500

Publication Director

Nicolas Gitton
Directeur administratif et financier

Editorial manager

Frédéric Hubin
Directeur de la communication, du mécénat et du développement

Intellectual property

The site, its general structure, as well as the texts, images, animated or not, sounds, know-how, graphics and any other element making up the site, are the property of La Fondation Maeght.

The brands mentioned and the logos present on this site are the property of their respective beneficiaries.

Any use or reproduction, in whole or in part, of the site, of the elements which compose it and / or of the information which appear there, by any means whatsoever, constitutes an infringement punishable by the Code of the intellectual property.

In case of dispute, it will be advisable to seize the territorially competent court.

Legal information

Any visitor to the site is deemed to accept the rules governing the operation of the Site. These provisions do not release him from his obligations by accessing a third party page or website through a link.

The user may be taken to while browsing external sites, via hypertext links. The content of these external sites does not depend on La Fondation Maeght.

La Fondation Maeght reserves the right to modify the content of its site and to remove or add services.

La Fondation Maeght makes no guarantee as to the availability of its site and disclaims any liability for the consequences that could result from temporary accessibility.
La Fondation Maeght cannot be held responsible for damage resulting from the interpretation or use of the information to which it gives access.

La Fondation Maeght has only an obligation of means for all stages and functions of the site.

La Fondation Maeght cannot be held liable for any inconvenience or damage inherent in the use of the Internet network, in particular a break in service, an external intrusion or the presence of computer viruses, or any fact qualified as force majeure, in accordance with case law could result from temporary accessibility.
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