Art and Culture

Music: 5 things you need to know about singer Adele

Art and Culture

With the release of her new album 30, Adele is back in the international spotlight. But are you sure you know everything about the famous British singer? Here are 5 things you need to know about this must-see artist.

25
Nov
2021

Ultime combat: an exhibition on martial arts at the Quai Branly Museum

Art and Culture

Fans of martial arts and/or Bruce Lee's films, don't miss the Ultimate Combat exhibition at the Quai Branly Jacques Chirac Museum! This exciting event traces the history of martial arts, from the earliest times to the present day. The exhibition also focuses on Japanese and Hong Kong cinema, which have popularized these combat sports throughout the world.

22
Nov
2021

Tom Bob: the street artist who hijacks street furniture

Art and Culture

Have you heard of New York street artist Tom Bob? If you find our cities lacking in color, humor and fun, you'll love the work of this artist who hijacks street furniture to create playful and accessible works.

12
Nov
2021

ABBA: 5 things to know about the band's comeback

Art and Culture

Fans of ABBA didn't believe in it anymore, but the Swedish pop group has reformed 40 years after their last studio album and has just released a brand new album. Fans will even be able to catch the world's four most famous Swedish pop stars on stage in 2022. Here are 5 things you need to know about the comeback of this legendary band.

08
Nov
2021

The Night of the Castles: a magical event

Art and Culture

Whether you are a fervent defender of our heritage or simply curious about history and architecture, don't miss the Night of the Castles! This event, held at the end of October, is an opportunity to discover exceptional heritage sites during night visits.

14
Oct
2021

Josephine Baker: 5 things to know about this extraordinary artist

Art and Culture

In the collective imagination, Josephine Baker is above all a music hall star, a showgirl known for her song J'ai deux amours. But behind the glitter was a woman committed to the Resistance and the Black cause in the United States. Here are 5 things to know about this artist with an extraordinary destiny.

07
Oct
2021

The Theorem of Narcissus: a free exhibition at the Petit Palais in Paris

Art and Culture

If you're looking for an idea for a free outing in the capital, you should know that the Petit Palais is currently hosting a temporary exhibition with free access. Entitled Le Théorème de Narcisse, this exhibition by Jean-Michel Othoniel invites you to take a dreamlike stroll through the museum and its gardens. A real feast for the eyes!

04
Oct
2021

Jean-Claude Mourlevat: the first French author to win the Alma Prize

Art and Culture

Do you know Jean-Claude Mourlevat? This children's author is the first French writer to have won the Alma Prize, the equivalent of the Nobel Prize for children's literature. We invite you to find out more about this discreet author who is now known worldwide.

28
Sep
2021

Le Génie des Jardins : contemporary art in Parisian gardens

Art and Culture

Le Génie des Jardins is a contemporary art biennial organized by the association Le Génie de la Bastille. This event invites the public to discover the works of contemporary artists in the gardens of the 11th arrondissement of Paris.

20
Sep
2021

2021, the polar summer: a cultural season throughout France

Art and Culture

Do the North and South Poles seem like distant territories far removed from your concerns? To raise awareness and celebrate these fragile ecosystems, a number of events are being held until October 10, 2021 in France and overseas. The first cultural and educational season to be devoted to the worlds of Antarctica and the Arctic, 2021, Polar Summer will transport you to the North and South Poles without leaving your city!

06
Sep
2021
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