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Art in the Chapels (French: L'art dans les Chapelles; Breton: Arz ar Chapelou) is an art movement from the region of Brittany in France that juxtaposes contemporary art and sculpture with the traditional heritage of Christian architecture[1]. It is most popular in the area of Pays de Pontivy, which corresponds to a quite unpopulated area in Morbihan[2]. Each year during summer, there are art exhibitions there featuring modern art in chapels. This practice has been going on since 1992. Since then, it has become one of the most iconic traditions of Pontivy, and even a major touristic attraction for international artists.

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