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To fete its 130th birthday, the Eiffel Tower will offer a unique, free light show designed by Bruno Seillier. This 120-minute show, projected on the...

German artist Thomas Schütte will exhibit his work at the Monnaie de Paris from March 15- June 16, 2019. Overlooking the Seine, the newly...

This is the fifth in an exclusive series of illustrated “Parisians in Profile” about Parisians from all walks of life, created by journalist Emma Jacobs. Here we feature Timothy...

The work of controversial but none-the-less brilliant architect Le Corbusier is found around the world, but many of his buildings can be seen right...

Imagine a small village and church surrounded by meadows, wetlands and forests filled with wild game, very much like a Millet or Poussin painting...
Fondation Louis Vuitton covered in Daniel Buren’s L’Observatore de la lumière

Seventy-eight-year-old French artist Daniel Buren must be harboring a little boy in his heart whom he lets out every once in a while to...

Gaetana Aulenti was regarded as "...the most important female architect since the beginning of time...," by Herbert Muschamps, the renowned architecture critic for the...

At the end of the 19th century, a band of iconoclasts burst upon the Parisian scene and set the city aflame with their artistic...

In a city made famous for its Old World charm and vestiges of the past, whose visitors are looking for the 19th century monuments...

Sainte-Chapelle On a recent walk around Paris I noticed a dramatic sky and looked for an interesting photograph. This is a photo taken of Sainte-Chapelle and...

New Paris restaurant, L’Opéra, opening on June 27 at Opéra Garnier BonjourParis France News DailyDali WiederhoftPARIS, June 8—Opéra Garnier is finally getting its own restaurant...

La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...