• 07 Sep

    Magical Unicorns at Musee de Cluny Paris

    The Lady and the Unicorn is one of the most famous tapestries to come out of France. This extraordinary piece of work actually comprises or 6 pieces that tell a beautiful story. Artists from all disci...

  • 23 Aug

    Foodography by Martin PARR

    Beaugrenelle Paris has always tried to place itself above the more typical shopping malls and create a more cultural experience. This is a place to shop, dine and enjoy some great aesthetics. The new ...

  • 03 Aug

    Paris Salon de la Photo 2018

    The summer season in Paris is full of great shows and artistic experiences. Parisian art lovers are treated to interesting showcases in top galleries, concerts in plazas and films in parks. Winter is ...

  • 17 Jul

    The Open Air Cinema Festival in Parc de la Villette Paris

    The Open Air Cinema Festival in Parc de la Villette is always a wonderful chance for friends and family to enjoy some free films in the park. The films screened are as eclectic as ever, with movies fr...

  • 29 Jun

    FNAC Live Paris Festival 2018

    Place de l’Hotel de Ville in Paris is famed for its public events, with thousands of locals flocking to the space each summer to enjoy screenings in this large space. The weekend of July 5th to the 7t...

  • 04 Jun

    Jurassic World at Paris Cité du Cinéma

    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the long-awaited new installment in the Jurassic Park/World franchise. This new summer blockbuster takes beloved characters, and their fans, through an interesting st...

  • 14 May

    Game of Thrones: The Touring Exhibition at Paris Porte de Versailles

    It can be difficult to immerse oneself in the world of Game of Thrones without a little creative cosplaying – or perhaps a trip on location to Croatia or Northern Ireland. Thankfully, Parisian fans of...

  • 07 May

    Wild Souls. Symbolism in the Baltic States

    When we think of European masters and masterpieces, the mind immediately turns to the French, Dutch and Italians that still resonate with the Western world. Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania are much fur...

  • 05 Apr

    Fête des Tuileries 2018

    Every summer Paris comes alive with the sounds of children laughing and hollering down slides and merry-go-rounds at the Jardin des Tuileries on the occasion of the Fête des Tuileries.

    Being the seco...

  • 12 Mar

    Margiela, les années Hermès

    In a world where large conglomerates rule the fashion industry, the designer who takes the path less trodden and sets up his own shop often sticks out like a sore thumb. This was Martin Margiela's rea...