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The Rodin museum presents Between Sculpture and Photography, which aims to expand on the 2014 Mapplethorpe Rodin exhibition, delving further into the fruitful relationship between...

Before leaving the south of France I was lucky enough to visit La Calanque d'En-Vau, pictured here. It's one of the many calanques along...

Last weekend on a biking excursion I discovered Pont Van Gogh, a drawbridge near Arles that was the source of inspiration for several paintings...

Here is a photo taken during the 1929 Carnival of Nice. One of the world's biggest carnivals, le Carnaval de Nice is also considered...

This photo was taken by C. Chusseau-Flaviens soon after the armistice with Germany in 1918. The annual commemoration of the armistice which ended World...

It’s something I learned many years ago and I still believe it. If a door’s not locked, or if the lock is manageable, and no...

This photo of rainy Paris was taken in the 1930s by French Slovak photographer François Kollar. He immigrated to France at the age of...

Seeing as la rentrée des classes (the start of the school year which takes place on Monday, September 2 in France) is just around...

This week's photo comes from the top of the Arènes d'Arles, the Roman amphitheatre in the southern town of Arles. I'm in town this...

Last weekend I was lucky enough to attend a French wedding. So I was all for sharing this photo of a gorgeous croquembouche. This...

Today France celebrates la Fête de la Musique, the yearly music festival that brings musicians and spectators to the streets all around the country....

One of my favorite times to photograph in the city is dusk, when the light is low and soft, and in Paris, it often...