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Chatting with a Sorbonne finance student and competitive tennis player, who was thrice-recruited to be a model (declined each time), on why he moved...

When did you move back to the U.S., and where do you live there? I moved to Austin, Texas, on January 1st this year. ...
fete de la musique

Music everywhere! The annual musical celebration of the summer solstice, launched in Paris in 1982, has become a Europe-wide, all-night happening, with everything from Baroque to hip-hop and everything in between.

The Sinfonietta Paris presents music by the Glass Concert Series for the final concerts of the season. Join the Sinfonietta for two evenings of Mozart...

This year will celebrate the twelfth edition of the European night of Museums. This exciting cultural highlight is held every year in May free of...
Pierre Auguste Renoir Le Moulin de la Galette Musee d'Orsay

The City of Light has inspired some of the most iconic works of art in the world, and is home to a constellation of...
Nicole Kidman To die for

This is the first exhibition in France devoted to this paradoxical contemporary American filmmaker, photographer, and visual artist...
Berthe Morisot, Le port de Cherbourg - 1871 © Yale University Art Gallery.

The 19th century witnessed the emergence of a new painting genre: the plen air landscape, where artist painted outdoors in an attempt to capture the spirit and essence of their subject. Thanks to this development, Normandy would become the favourite destination of avant-garde painters, with the impressionists in first row.
Bolchoi 2001 ©All rights reserved Pierre Frey.jpg

This exhibition features the finest creations produced by Maison Pierre Frey since 1935.
Hotel Biron - Rodin Museum @Sylvia Davis

The eagerly awaited reopening of the Hôtel Biron after renovation allows for the renewed enjoyment of nearly 300 works from Rodin’s collection...
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.
Papua New Guinea Musée Quai Branly poster detail

The exhibit presents a collection of 230 sculptures linked to the Sepik Valley, a large swampland in the north of Papua New Guinea, and gradually unveils a major figure common to all cultures of the 'lower' and 'middle' Sepik: the founding ancestor...