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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...

The memory stays: There's nearly no one else in this whole building and I'm alone facing one of Rembrandt's biggest and most powerful pictures,...

With Paris' main fashion museum, Galliera, closed until the spring of 2013, the facility's organizers have found a small temporary exhibition...

For me, Bob Dylan is an acquired taste. As a former music journalist, who even worked for Rolling Stone, people would often stare...

As a writer, when I sit down to work on a piece, there are several things that must be in place before I...

“A room without books is like a body without a soul”. The Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BNF) certainly has its soul, a great and...

“You know how painters are, I wanted to make them happy so I placed each one opposite his own picture, and they were happy,...

A garden of sculptures beckons you into the Musée Bourdelle, an infrequently visited gem at 18 rue Antoine Bourdelle, set amidst brick houses...

My musical education began by listening to the radio in my father's pick-up truck. With the windows rolled down and our elbows...

As anyone who has ever visited Paris knows, it is a walking city.  Even the monumentality of its arrondisements does not overshadow...

François Cluzet and Omar Sy in movie still from "Intouchables." Publicity image courtesy of Gaumont France. Intouchables: Untouchable at the Box Office The movie Intouchables has...