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Located at the western tip of the Ile de Nantes, Hangar 21 is better known to locals as the Hangar à Bananes, the Banana Warehouse. This dates back some 60 years, to the time when the climate-controlled warehouse stored bananas and pineapples from Africa. 

As property of the port authority of Nantes Saint-Nazaire, it was entirely renovated in 2007 for the first edition of the Estuaire Nantes <> Saint-Nazaire biennial. In addition to its bars and restaurants, a space was reserved for exhibitions. In the years that followed, it became home to several exhibitions, both artistic and thematic, along with major events.

With the creation of Le Voyage à Nantes in 2011 – the purpose of which has been to attract visitors to Nantes and its surrounding area using cultural works and acivities – this locale became a permanent space devoted entirely to contemporary art: the HAB Galerie.

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS
Travailler le dimanche, Gilles Barbier
Until 26 september 2021

HERE MORE INFORMATION
 

On the façade of Le Hangar à bananes, a work by Felice Varini created for the exhibition Suite d’éclats in 2013.


© MARTIN ARGYROGLO


PRICES
Free entrance
DIRECTIONS
21 Quai des Antilles
44200 Nantes
Chronobus C5. Quai des Antilles stop.
CONTACT
Tél. 02 28 08 77 28
BOUTIQUES
Discover also the Hab Galerie's bookstore and gifts.






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From October 30 and until December 1, France applies containment measures throughout the metropolitan territory. Travel and leisure travel are not permitted.


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