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The Musée d’Art Moderne presents the exhibition, Carl Andre, Sculpture as Place, 1958–2010. This exhibition will celebrate the life and work of the seminal American artist...

The Grand Palais presents the exhibition Mexique 1900-1950, which explores over 202 works by 60+ significant Mexican artists including Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and José Clemente...

The Musée du Luxembourg presents the exhibition 'À fleur de peau' featuring the works of prolific artist, Henri Fantin-Latour, best known for this still...

Apollinaire: The Vision of a Poet at the Musée de l’Orangerie and Cabaret Picasso at the Théâtre Poche-Montparnasse celebrated the infamous bande à Picasso...

I first met Peggy Kluck, at the Café Divan in Eauze, (capital of the Armagnac region) seated with someone I already knew. We had...

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

Made famous by Claude Monet’s impressionist paintings, Giverny is a village 50 miles North West from Paris in a small town in...

Leave it to the French to mount a pitch-perfect paean to that most quintessential of American symbols: the open road. The Musée des lettres...

*There were two of them and they were both women and they * *were sisters. They both went on living...* *They were certainly very...

The visual history of Paris is inseparable from the name Eugène Atget, which is a very handy thing to know if you’re in Paris...

The Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris is holding the first major retrospective of painter Berthe Morisot’s work in half a century. Originally scheduled to...

When considering the Moulin Rouge’s historical legacy, several names spring easily to mind. La Gouloue, or Louise Weber, is one, and Jane Avril is...