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The Iki. T , a small paradise with Balinese influences

It is in the heart of the Bastide du Moulin de Mougins that the new address of Iki.T is nestled. A bucolic and friendly haven where you can enjoy healthy, joyful, family-style cooking, essentially organic, and discover a vast choice of decorative objects in the shop (local, original, Balinese creations, Iki Buddhas…) In the gardens, in the shade of trees or arbours, you can enjoy a matcha latte or one of the many teas on the menu, with names evocative of travel. You can refresh yourself with a detox water, a homemade lemonade or a squeezed juice. You can order the suggestion of the day, a Balinese speciality, an assorted “ikiter” board or one of the famous “Tartikines”, soft slices of bread kneaded by hand, covered with delicious flavours and decorated with flowers!

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Open Monday to Saturday, 10am to 7pm. Aperitifs on Thursday, Friday and Saturday until 9pm. Snacks from Monday to Saturday.

Adress : La Bastide du Moulin de Mougins, 1028 avenue Notre-Dame-De-Vie, Mougins.

Tel : +33 (0) / +33 (0)

Réseaux : @iki.t_mougins

Natacha Caruana is no longer an unknown in France. Winner of the BMW Artist in Residence Award in 2014, she has nevertheless not gotten the exposure that she deserves. For fifteen years, the British artist has been fictionally creating scenarios that recount personal relationships, the complexity of positions in a heterosexual couple. With typically British wit, Caruana structures photographic encounters using documentation and staging.

  1. From the first series, The Other Woman, we are confronted with the secret lives of married women in extra-conjugal romantic relationships. This series introduced an original tone that subsequently developed with Married Man – less an interrogation of the couple than of the ongoing miracle of how it lasts, its fragility and vulnerability to temptation. All of the series hold something of a perfect ill
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  3. ustration of the power of desire, its tiny daily perversions and untold secrets – all of which constitutes the work’s originality, never passing judgement but confronting us with the complexity of the couple as an institution. While the theme may be stinging at times (Curtain of Broken Dreams), the illusion that anything is possible still lingers in spite of everything (At First Sight).