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Following the work's 80th anniversary, Paris's Musèe Picasso (in partnership with Madrid's Art Museum) is turning the spotlight on Guernica, charting the birth of...

Apollinaire: The Vision of a Poet at the Musée de l’Orangerie and Cabaret Picasso at the Théâtre Poche-Montparnasse celebrated the infamous bande à Picasso...

A simultaneously chronological and thematic approach to the critical and artistic highlights of Picasso’s career and the myth that gradually built up around his name...

I met Pablo Picasso last week at the Chateau Grimaldi in Antibes – and it was an emotional experience. The Chateau is a roman fort...

Early in September, to showcase “La Vie Est Belle” his Christmas 2013 Collection, Pierre Hermé hired the Theatre de l'Odeon, Paris, inaugurated by Marie-Antoinette...

Fontaine Wallace Paris is forever. After a long recess, I returned to some minor changes but still the city of my heart. This time we were...

La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...

This is a continuation of this story: Paul Cezanne: Bridge Between Centuries It is said that Paul Cézanne’s early paintings reflected the grim, interior world...

How do you explain a building that looks like it was built inside out? Consider the pipes for electrical wires, water, warm & cool...