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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...

A few blocks away from the metal barriers that rope in the crowds of tourists that conjugate outside Musée D'Orsay, sits the Netherlands...

*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...

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,...

After ten months of renovation, resulting in an expansion of three times it's former size, the Palais de Tokyo has established itself as...

Do you love expensive jewelry? Well, who doesn't (aside from the poor sap footing the bill). If you happen to be happy with just...

Cult cartoonist Robert Crumb is granted “fine art” status as the Museum of Modern Art in Paris hosts an in-depth retrospective of his work....

Contrary to what one would think prior to entering the exhibition, the Masters of Disorder do not attempt to make chaos,...

For the next two months Paris pays homage to one of Graphic Art’s most renowned and celebrated contributors as the Pompidou Centre opens its...

Tourists flock to Paris to indulge in its charm, style and history, but what lands do Parisians dream of during those dreary rush-hour Métro...