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On the first Saturday in October Paris puts on a spectacular art party for Nuit Blanche (French for sleepless night), and everyone is invited....

Did you miss the sold-out Gustav Klimt show at the Atelier des Lumières? Now’s your chance to check out this exceptional sound-and-light experience, an...

This large-scale exhibition is both immersive and a cultural event, offering a sweeping panorama of the French capital during the Romantic era. Visitors will...

The great artist Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) lived in a world marked by major conflicts. This intriguing exhibition looks at Picasso’s relationship with war; though...

ADOR - the association of the Friends of the Royal Opera – is organizing its third annual Gala for the benefit of the Royal...

For the first time in France you can discover a devotion to Rubinstein. A founder of a cosmetics empire but a firm believer that...

A recluse, utterly consumed by his work, Hammershøi rarely left his Copenhagen studio – only stoking his own mystique. Step into the elusive Danish...

It's never been more important to foster cross-cultural understanding around the world. Long time Paris resident Monique Y. Wells understands this. Her Wells International...

Picasso's stay in Vallauris heralded a new era of blissful experimentation and unbridled creativity, free at last from the shadow of war. In Picasso's Vallauris...

120 pastel artworks from the eighteenth century are arranged at the Louvre art gallery. All these artworks are part of the Louvre collection and...

The Atelier des Lumières sent the Paris art world, and Instagrammers, into full-blown (photo) frenzy when it unveiled its inaugural Gustav Klimt exhibition in...

The Orangerie Museum presents the exhibition, American Painting in the 1930s. A vital moment in America, the 1930s mark a significant point in the emergence...