Art

Art

Last year the Museum of Montmartre in Rue Cortot, the former home and studio of Suzanne Valadon, held an exhibition to celebrate the reconstruction of the studio she had shared with her husband André...

Two exciting new developments from Galeries Lafayette in Paris this spring. First and foremost, the famous department store is now open on Sundays-- which means you can shop to your heart's content on dimanche (historically, Paris stores...

The Bonjour Paris editorial team requested reader submissions with memories from first trips to Paris. We were overwhelmed with wonderful responses, which we are publishing in a special series. (Read other installments here.) Below, Robin Sladen...

For their latest campaign, offering fantastically priced travel from London to Paris, Eurostar asked four of the top authorities on everything Parisian for hot tips for the perfect day trip. We cool cats at Bonjour Paris...

You’d be hard-pressed to find a more glorious setting than the Opéra de Paris for the launch of the 2017 Parisian cultural season. With its sumptuous interiors (not to mention the ceiling frescos painted...

Versailles presents Robert Doisneau’s Vogue Years and looks forward to the 9th edition of Esprit Jardin and a rare opportunity to visit the King’s Vegetable Garden Robert Doisneau, Les Années Vogue Presenting a little-known aspect of the genius...

He was born in Limoges, spent most of his life in Paris, and died in Cagnes-sur-Mer, in Provence: but in the latter part of his life Pierre-Auguste Renoir spent long, happy periods of time...

A few months ago, Hazel Smith wrote a superb article about Victorine Meurent, the favorite model of Édouard Manet during the 1860s. I followed up with a review of Eunice Lipton’s book Alias Olympia,...

The second installment in a series about famous Americans who lived and died in Paris. Everyone knows how Isadora Duncan died. Her long silk scarf, caught up in the wheels of a speeding, open topped Amilcar...

Patrick Roger is a hard man to categorize. He is usually known as an award-winning chocolatier, with six locations in Paris selling his creations. And yet after visiting his website you'd be forgiven for...

Since the 1950s Scandinavia has been synonymous with cool, minimalist design, providing an alternative to the often cluttered architecture and interiors of mainland Europe. Arguably the best place in Paris to sample this way of...

There is no better way of getting yourself in the mood for a short weekend trip than watching a film set in that city. Breakfast at Tiffany’s in New York, Wow. Vicky Christina in Barcelona, superb....