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Play petanque among the vines and under the 100-year-old arches of an aqueduct, learn to recognize wild plants for cooking, fill your basket with vegetables grown on the banks of the Seine…
The same way Bernard Arnault, founder of the LVMH conglomerate, and François Pinault, founder of Kering, vie for the international luxury market, they can now translate to another competitive terrain: art.
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Pablo Picasso’s infamous painting “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon” was born in Paris during the spring-summer of 1907, deep in the bowels of a ramshackle former ballroom…
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The richest and most popular artist in France in the 19th century wasn’t Renoir, Monet or even Manet, but an artist whose reputation languishes in obscurity.
Circulation(s), the festival dedicated to emerging European photographers, opened its doors last week at Centquatre Paris – sadly only virtually for now.
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