Charlotte Ince lives and works in the French département of the Lot. This region is easily reached from Paris by train to Cahors or by car using the A20 highway.
St Cirq-Lapopie, one of France's designated 'most beautiful villages of France', has been a centre for Artists and Intellectuals since before the war when André Breton, Man Ray and other in the Surrealist movement spent time there.
Echoes of this movement can still be found in the galleries and cafés of the village which pulse with life from April through to October.
Make a point of visiting Alain Prillard's gallery in St Cirq (just off the main square) for a taste of today's surrealism.
Charlotte Ince's studio and gallery can be visited (by appointment only) in the neighbouring village of Crégols (see map).
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