Photography

Photography

When Man Ray died in Paris aged 86 in 1976, he left a legacy of works that spanned cubism, Dadaism, Surrealism, sculpture, film making and literature. He excelled in all of them and he was...

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 parks. Pink and white blossoms are everywhere. Flowering trees can be...

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 lot of house rocking … powered by the style and...

During my first trip to Paris, in the days when maps were the only option, I was unraveling the mysteries of the Metro, when I found that the RER Line B from Charles de...

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 century. He was born to an Armenian mother and Hungarian...
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 are strung above the cobblestone streets and storefronts come alive...
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 from all over the world gather to exhibit, and sell,...
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 a welcome change of pace. Instead of a marathon trek...
"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 in the City of Light, in which he also shares personal...
Interior of the Pavillon de l'eau

Even the city’s most avid culture buffs haven’t discovered all the marvelous museums in Paris. Case in point: the Pavillon de l’eau, which we recently visited in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. Every day...

When did you move to the U.S., and where do you live there? I moved to the USA in July 1988, right after graduating high school in France (Versailles). I currently live in Scottsdale,...
The Critic, Paris (Photograph by Maurice Sapiro, 1956)

Let me introduce you to one of my favorite photographers on the planet. In-between stints spent playing the trumpet with the 279th Army Band in France in 1956, artist Maurice Sapiro documented the streets of...