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Must-see exhibitions in November

In November, the cultural return continues! Here are the must-see exhibitions this fall to treat yourself to a little culture shot. - "Finally the cinema!" Arts, images and spectacles in France (1833-1907) ”at the Musée d'Orsay The Lumière brothers gave birth to the cinema in 1895. Two centuries later, the Musée d'Orsay returns to the genesis of this invention which changed the world forever… So, finally the cinema! Arts, Images and Performances in France (1833-1907) is a celebration of cinema as a cultural phenomenon in the context of older art forms and the modes of cultural representation and imagination from which cinema emerged. The exhibition brings together nearly 300 films, photographs, drawings, paintings and sculptures. We find works by Auguste Rodin, Claude Monet, Pierre Bonnard, Berthe Morisot and Charles Pathé alongside lesser-known artists. Where: Musée d'Orsay, 1 Rue de la Légion d'Honneur, 75007 Paris. When: From September 28, 2021 to January 16, 2022. BOOK MY VISIT - “Destination Cosmos, the ultimate challenge” at the Atelier des Lumières Since October 22, the Atelier des Lumières has been offering a ...

What to do this weekend in Paris? (29-31 Oct)

Go see an exhibition, feast the eyes and taste buds at the Salon du Chocolat, enjoy a top-notch brunch… It takes little to be happy, so follow our guide to the best activities for this weekend in Paris! - What to do this weekend in Paris… in love? - Take a trip to the Salon du Chocolat Notice to gourmets, chocolate fans and other pastry aficionados, the event not to be missed this weekend is none other than the Salon du Chocolat! The largest global event dedicated to cocoa returns this October 28 to November 1, 2021 at Porte de Versailles. On the program: spectacular parade, live demonstrations, fun activities and prestigious competitions… No problem, this 26th edition promises to be memorable! I RESERVE MY PLACE - Bruncher aux Deux Magots Who says weekend… says brunch! The most coveted brunch in Saint-Germain-des-Prés is none other than Deux Magots, on their large terrace. Served between 10:30 am to 15:30 pm, you will have the choice between the Saint-Germain brunch or the Marin brunch. Thus, both offers include a drink ...

November 8-10: What to do this weekend in Paris?

Go see a fashion show, enjoy a delicious brunch after an intensive sport session or shop for a pretty branded plant… Discover our good vibes tips for this weekend of November 8-10! - Have fun with a sports brunch Throughout the month of October, Cali Sisters and Punch Boxing are joining forces to offer a 100% feel-good experience. It starts with a boxing session to let off steam then you will continue with a delicious brunch formula to comfort yourself. On the menu: halloumi salad, pancakes with quinoa, ricotta & roasted fruit, sourdough and organic egg toast with zaatar, homemade granola with seasonal fruits ... Or, the ideal combo to fill up with energy and good vibes every Sunday morning. A striking collaboration! Punch Boxing Studio: 3 Rue de Richelieu, 75001 Paris & Cali Sisters: 17 Rue Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, 75002 Paris. Package price: 49 € for 1 dedicated punch session + 1 brunch formula at Cali Sisters. Hours: Punch session at 13:30 p.m. + Brunch…

What will make you happy this weekend

Treat yourself to an embroidered piece, see a really interesting exhibition, have a very regressive tea time… It takes little to be happy, so follow our guide! - Take advantage of Heritage Days to get a shot of culture As with every start of the school year, European Heritage Days return to Paris. This year, they will take place on the weekend of September 18 and 19, 2021. As usual, the public will have access to many places that are usually closed and to events organized in major cultural venues. Among them: the Élysée, the Palais Galliera, the Grand Palais or the Grand Rex… We advise you to prepare your itinerary carefully, especially if you wish to visit several spots. - Enjoy a delicious Tea Time at Sébastien Gaudard's If you stroll around the Tuileries, we advise you to stop in Sébastien Gaudard's “French” tea room, to savor a delicious tea time. Nestled under the arcades, you can see through the windows, delicacies by the thousands: candied fruit, pastries in ...

'Icons – Fashion Illustrators' by Antoine Kruk x Marc-Antoine Coulon, the must-see fashion exhibition

From February 14 to March 14, the Alfalibra Gallery will present the 2nd edition of the Fashion Illustrators exhibition entitled ICONS. This honors the fashion personalities who have marked our time through their creations, their images or their houses, through the eyes of the talented Marc-Antoine Coulon. Once again, Marc-Antoine Coulon has agreed to participate in this choral exhibition. A pencil stroke for Vogue Paris, Madame Figaro, Vanity Fair, Harper's Bazaar and many other prestigious magazines, he associated his genius with that of Antoine Kruk who sketched with his rascal line invitation cards, advertisements and other capsule collections for the biggest fashion brands. Frédéric Fontan's gallery has brought together these two virtuoso artists for an exhibition dedicated to fashion icons. During our stroll, we discover 3 distinct types. On the one hand, the great designers who have revolutionized the world of fashion, creating their own identity, an image recognizable among thousands. Among them, Coco Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Sonia Rykiel, Thierry...

The 5 major exhibitions in Paris

Each new year is accompanied by exciting Parisian exhibitions. Enough to fill your diary and get a good shot of culture! Paris Select has selected the best exhibitions of the moment. – Leonardo da Vinci at the Louvre Museum in Paris, the 2019 retrospective An unmissable event for the start of the new school year, the exceptional exhibition around Leonardo da Vinci will be accessible by reservation at the Louvre Museum, starting this fall. A date that is not trivial since the year 2019 marks the 500th anniversary of the death of this legend. For this occasion, the entire Louvre Museum team worked 10 years in advance to clarify the life of the Florentine genius via the archival documents available to them. On the program, a unique journey retracing the life of the man who marked the Renaissance but also 5 paintings by the master to discover absolutely: The Virgin of the Rocks, La Belle Ferronnière, the famous Mona Lisa, The Virgin, the Child Jesus and Saint Anne and Saint Jean Baptiste. Leonardo da Vinci at the Louvre Museum, rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris. Until February 24, 2020. – Degas at the Opera …

The Pierre and Gilles duo unveil themselves at the Philarmonie de Paris

Until February 23, the Philharmonie de Paris presents the unique and ultra-kitsch universe of Pierre and Gilles. Through an immersive exhibition, the duo of French artists brings together for the first time their portraits of the rarest celebrities… All in music! - A meeting under the sign of creativity Since their meeting in the 1980s, Pierre Commoy and Gilles Blanchard have photographed and sublimated several generations of stars. The first is a photographer, while the second is devoted to painting. United by their passion for popular music, the two artists quickly imagined a creative, precise and original process. They first pose their models (strangers, friends or VIP's) in sophisticated settings in their workshop. Once the photo has been printed, a long painting job begins! Gilles gives free rein to his imagination and pimps each painting with flowers, birds, stars, etc. The rendering is truly unique… Since 2012, their works have been exhibited all over the world and have been very successful. - A frame …