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Word spread quickly last Friday, July 28, of the passing of John G. Morris, a Paris legend and one of the most influential picture...

When Man Ray died in Paris aged 86 in 1976, he left a legacy of works that spanned cubism, Dadaism, Surrealism, sculpture, film making...

It's official: Spring has sprung in the city. Parisians have awakened from their long winter slumbers and ventured back into the city's squares and...

The circus arts can rock the house. And that’s exactly what happened this past weekend at the 38th Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain. A...

During my first trip to Paris, in the days when maps were the only option, I was unraveling the mysteries of the Metro, when...

Brassaï, born Gyula Halász in 1899, was a Hungarian–French sculptor, writer, filmmaker and photographer who rose to international fame in France during the 20th...
Holiday decorations at Le Bon Marché

It's the most wonderful time of year in Paris. You can smell the roasting chestnuts and hot mulled wine as you stroll down the Champs-Élysées. Colorful lights...
Fotofever 2016

Now in it's fifth year, Fotofever is certainly not slowing down. The event, taking place at the Carrousel du Louvre, is where art galleries...
Photography featured in "Watercolor exhibit" by Henri Semidei

In Paris there is a seemingly endless list of museums and art galleries to discover and explore, but sometimes a smaller exhibit can be...
"Le Petit Prince" themed carrousel in Paris. Photo: Virginia Jones

Editor's note: Have you read Adam Gopnik's Paris to the Moon? The New Yorker writer's book of essays is a thoughtful memoir about an expat adapting to life...

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