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Art Exhibitions and Cultural Events

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The intimate images of Ed van der Elsken: Exhibition at Jeu...

From the bohemian youth of Paris to the hippies and counter-culturists in Amsterdam, Ed van der Elsken relentlessly sought out the authentic people, looking for beauty and poetry in reality.

In the footsteps of Vincent van Gogh: A day trip from...

Following in the footsteps of Vincent Van Gogh, we take you to Auvers-sur-Oise, the final address of the post-impressionist painter and a short train ride away from Paris. We explore the many sites and landmarks in Auvers that were either the subject of, or influenced, one of the most creative phases of his artistic life.

What's on in Paris

Photographing cars: ‘Autophoto’ exhibition at Cartier Foundation

This visually stimulating exhibition explores how photographers have interpreted the aesthetic, social and environmental facets of an increasingly urbanised landscape.

Karel Appel: Art as Celebration! at Museum of Modern Art, Paris

Musée d'art moderne, Paris sheds a new light on Dutch artist Karel Appel's work with this new retrospective. Runs from February 24, 2017 to August 20, 2017.

Walker Evans retrospective exhibition at Centre Pompidou

Walker Evans's photographs of America, including his iconic photographers of Alabama sharecroppers, are a powerful documentation of a bygone era.

Chiharu Shiota’s labyrinthine installation at Galerie Templon, Paris

Chiharu Shiota's monumental installation at the art gallery is an exhibition that needs to be experienced.

Free art and photography exhibitions in Paris this July

A selection of some noteworthy free art exhibitions in Paris.

Junzo Sakakura: Architecture for humans

Junzo Sakakura (1901-1969) was a Japanese architect, a disciple of Le Corbusier and the former president of Japan Institute of Architects. To the public,...
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Events & Entertainment in Paris

In pictures: Paris Pride (Marche des fiertés) 2017

Documenting the celebrations, protests and support for Paris Pride.

Make some music Paris: Fête de la Musique in pictures

In case you missed the celebrations, and even if you didn't.

Pride parade 2017 in Paris: Route, things to know and pictures

All you need to know to join the Paris Pride March 2017, plus some pictures from last year.

An erotic comedy inspired by the life of Valerie Solanas

'Some Stupid Bitch Killed Ana Peaceful' adopts the defiant spirit and story of radical feminist thinker Valerie Solanas to modern times.

The best music festivals in Paris in 2017

Our handpicked selection of the best music festivals in Paris in 2017.

Paris Fringe Festival 2017: English Theatre in Paris

Celebrating the fringe theatre movement, Paris Fringe Festival returns for its second edition and will run from May 18 to May 28, 2017.

Isicathamiya group ‘Phuphuma Love Minus’ to perform at Quai Branly Museum, Paris

This South African isicathamiya ensemble of eleven immaculately dressed men is all set to enthral the audience with their Zulu a cappella singing at Musée du Quai Branly, Paris.

Urban Mishmash

Best Things To Do in Paris

Urban Mishmash helps you find the best things to do in Paris. We believe passionately that Paris has an overwhelmingly engaging art and cultural scene that unfortunately remains inaccessible to the non-French speaking expat community living here.

By finding the latest and the most exciting art exhibitions, cultural events, concerts, theatre, festivals, activities and secret places in Paris, Urban Mishmash wants to open up this beautiful world to the widest audience possible. Whether you are an expat living in Paris or someone on a trip to France, Urban Mishmash informs you of the breadth of cultural opportunities that exist in Paris, inspiring you to make the most of your time and life in the city of lights.

Living in Paris

Montmartre Cemetery: An oasis of serenity in Paris

Cats sunning themselves on gravestones. Stories, real and imagined. Names, known and unknown. Find all this and some peace at the Montmartre cemetery in Paris.

In the footsteps of Vincent van Gogh: A day trip from...

Following in the footsteps of Vincent Van Gogh, we take you to Auvers-sur-Oise, the final address of the post-impressionist painter and a short train ride away from Paris. We explore the many sites and landmarks in Auvers that were either the subject of, or influenced, one of the most creative phases of his artistic life.
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Offbeat, Hidden, Unusual Paris

In pictures: Paris Pride (Marche des fiertés) 2017

Documenting the celebrations, protests and support for Paris Pride.

Pride parade 2017 in Paris: Route, things to know and pictures

All you need to know to join the Paris Pride March 2017, plus some pictures from last year.

Rosemary Allan on being stylish and wonderful in Paris

Meet Rosemary Allan, an expat from the UK who has been living in Paris for over 20 years. Today, she runs two award-winning BnB properties in central Paris and is also a style and colour consultant extraordinaire. Read on to find out more about what she does, how she does it and also, some of her favourite things in Paris.

Things to do this weekend in Paris: Must-see exhibitions and events

From latest exhibition openings (and closings) to cultural events and performances, here is a stimulating...

Anne-Laure on finding beauty in Parisian walls

Today, we feature Anne-Laure, a lovely Parisian lady who seeks out the beauty in Parisian walls.

A tiny cabinet of curiosities in Montmartre

Wandering in and out of the streets of Montmartre, we noticed an unusual blue facade and...
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