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The Musée du Quai Branly presents the significant exhibition, The Color Line. An insightful exploration of 150 years of segregation and discrimination throughout American history...
Monumenta Paris 2016 ©Electrohermit

Since 2007, Monumenta has invited an artist with an international reputation to show a large-scale temporary art installation in the enormous nave of the...

Formerly a village that became part of Paris in 1860, Belleville is a lively, creative district which lies at the crossroads of the 10th,...

The Musee Guimet presents an exhibition on the seminal Japanese photographic artist Nobuyoshi Araki. This not-to-miss show is one of the most important exhibitions of Araki's work...
Berthe Morisot, Le port de Cherbourg - 1871 © Yale University Art Gallery.

The 19th century witnessed the emergence of a new painting genre: the plen air landscape, where artist painted outdoors in an attempt to capture the spirit and essence of their subject. Thanks to this development, Normandy would become the favourite destination of avant-garde painters, with the impressionists in first row.

The Musée du Luxembourg presents the masterpieces of the museums of Budapest. The Budapest Museum of fine art, which is currently undergoing renovation joins the Hungarian...
Charles Frédérick Woth, tea gown, c. 1895. Photo - © Stéphane Piera : Galliera : Roger-Viollet

Countess Greffulhe was the epitome of elegance, and the acknowledged leader of Paris Society (le Tout-Paris) for half a century. For the first time ever, the Palais Galliera is displaying her fabulous wardrobe, with her implausible clouds of tulle, gauze, chiffon and feathers, to her exotic kimono jackets, and velvet coats.
Sacré-Cœur basilica made out of Legos/ Mary W Nicklin

We recently popped by the Hilton Paris Opera to check out a buzzworthy new exhibition. The hotel’s grand public spaces are decked out with...