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.
Celebrating the fringe theatre movement, Paris Fringe Festival returns for its second edition and will run from May 18 to May 28, 2017.
"Holocaust and Comic Books" at the Holocaust Memorial – until October 30, 2017Art Spiegelman's Maus aside, the subject of Holocaust as represented in comic...
Landscapes have long been the subject of artistic interrogation and interpretation. Maps, albeit functional tools for navigation through landscapes, deeply affect the way humans...
The Month of Photography of Grand Paris (Mois de la photo du Grand Paris) runs through the month of April in Paris and beyond. An excellent opportunity to see some stunning photography exhibitions and to discover several architectural gems as well as alternative spaces of art creation and promotion.
This strangely unsettling and surreal exhibition retraces the seminal work of American video artist Peter Campus. On view at Jeu de Paume, Paris until May 25, 2017.
Rare, unseen collages, photomontages and objects produced by photographer Robert Mapplethorpe are on view at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac's exhibition 'Robert Mapplethorpe: Objects' until April 29, 2017.
The 19th edition of Art Paris Art Fair will explore modern and contemporary art from post-war years to present day, with a special focus on art from the African continent and African diaspora worldwide.
Our selection of the most inspiring exhibitions to see in Paris right now.
La Maison Rouge, a private non-profit foundation based in Paris to promote contemporary art, recently opened an exhibition titled The French Spirit: Countercultures 1969-1989. The exhibition...