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A major figure in art history, Diego Velazquez is the uncontested leader of the Spanish Golden Age. One of the main events of the...

“The biggest cliché in photography is sunrise and sunset.” So opined Catherine Opie, Professor of Photography at the University of California at Los Angeles....

Take a photographic journey of Paris from the 1930’s to the present day at the recently opened exhibit, Paris Magnum. The capital’s social and...

Since the 18th century France has been the leader of the fashion world for the wealthy, fashionably-dressed throughout Europe and the US. Cut off...

New Exhibition Shining a Light on Life as a Foreigner Photographic artist Victor Guerin is striking a chord with expats and locals alike in...

 Raphael’s angel painting A superb exhibition on Italian Renaissance master Perugino is currently being hosted by the Jacquemart-André Museum in Paris. Piero di Cristoforo Vannucci was...

This year La Nuit Blanche will be a celebration of contemporary art designed to transform the city by incorporating public spaces. José-Manuel Gonçalvès, the...

The Salvador Dali retrospective now showing at the Centre Georges Pompidou, the largest such exhibit of the artist since the 1979 Paris exhibit presided...

Shoes-lovers are rushing to Paris, as a free exhibition on French footware draws to a close this week. La Chaussure une Passion Française...

Over 3000 years in the making, Paris welcomes the exhibit “Tutankhamen: His Tomb and His Treasures” in its prestigious Porte de Versailles exposition center....

If you love sumptuous fabrics and are intrigued by Japanese culture, there are two exhibitions in Paris you should not miss. One...

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