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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...

Radio: Listen Up! is making a lot of noise in Paris. Held at the Musée des Arts et Metiérs through September 2012, the...

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,...

Beijing-based photographer, Li Wei, has found the ideal space in Parc de la Villette to showcase his gravity-defying photographs that forge a...

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

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...

For this week only, a private and spectacular sensorial experience is to be had at the heart of one of Paris’ oldest historical treasures....

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

Two decisive periods of time for fashion and two men who exceeded the demands at hand. Louis Vuitton-Marc Jacobs at Les Arts Decoratifs until...

Due to its amazing location at number one Place de Concorde, the Jeu de Paume is a magnet for tourists. Meanwhile, its reputation for...