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Foundation Louis Vuitton presents the Shchukin Collection. This not-to-miss exhibition honors the passionate Russian collector, Sergei Shchukin, showcasing his significant collection of 127 pieces of...
Clement, Happy Sapiens at the Palais de Tokyo

The Palais de Tokyo is a must-visit for aficionados of contemporary art. The space, enlarged in 2012 from 8,000 m² to 22,000 m², has...
Pinacothèque-de-Paris-©MbztCC

The Pinacothèque de Paris closed it's doors on February 15 citing dwindling attendance, cutting short the current exhibition Karl Lagerfeld, a Visual Journey that...
Charles Frédérick Woth, tea gown, c. 1895. Photo - © Stéphane Piera : Galliera : Roger-Viollet

Countess Greffulhe was the epitome of elegance, and the acknowledged leader of Paris Society (le Tout-Paris) for half a century. For the first time ever, the Palais Galliera is displaying her fabulous wardrobe, with her implausible clouds of tulle, gauze, chiffon and feathers, to her exotic kimono jackets, and velvet coats.

          Image: Le Marais/©Marta López /Expedia There is a reason why people say that Paris is the centre of the culture. Most influential artists in...

One day during my recent visit to Paris I decided to stroll past the iconic Notre Dame de Paris cathedral and head north across...

In the Jardin des Tuileries, overlooking the Place de la Concorde, stand two buildings in neoclassical style. After serving various functions, the Jeu de...

The beautiful Louvre Museum, or Musée du Louvre, is well-known world-wide for the art and artefacts showcased within it, and there are plenty of...

The Louvre at the time of Philippe Auguste (12th Century) In the Beginning Difficult to imagine, as we walk through the majestic courtyards and halls of...

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...

Visit the Musée Maillol before 15 July and you’ll discover one of the most inspiring stories in the history of art. A female painter,...