Biarritz, situated on the Bay of Biscay in South Western France, remains as popular a resort today as it was two centuries ago.
This summer, the Musée d’Art moderne et d’Art contemporain (MAMAC) in Nice presents the works of Irene Kopelman, an Argentinian artist who likes to explore exceptional ecosystems, where she seeks to understand the mechanisms of the living world.
La Malmaison in Cannes hosts a beautiful exhibition of the works of preeminent Dada and Surrealist artist Max Ernst, entitled “L’imagination en jeu”
Light, senses and colour, three words that come to mind when describing the work of Monique Orsini
The name Stanislas-André Steeman may not mean anything to you but chances are you have probably read some of the Belgian author’s books
Running throughout the summer and until mid-November, the Musée Jean Cocteau in Menton is celebrating the works of Valerio Adami, an Italian illustrator and painter, recognizable for his strong black lines dividing vivid colour fields.
Created in 1905 by Jacqueline Rivière and Joseph Pinchon to fill a blank page in the children’s magazine La Semaine de Suzette, the young Breton housemaid Bécassine was so well-received by the readers that she soon had her own comic strips.
When Emmanuel Macron met the Pope in the Vatican last week, the two had plenty to talk about, starting with the current migration crisis which is casting deep divisions among European countries.
Poke craze has been taking over the culinary world for the last few years and now thanks to Super Bol, this new foodie fad is making a splash in Nice.
Norah Jones is back on the piano and back on the road. Following the release of her latest album, Day Breaks, in 2016, the 9-time Grammy winner will perform at Jazz à Juan this July, alongside the likes of Sting, Carla Bruni and Earth, Wind & Fire
French-Moroccan artist Latifa Echakhch presents Le Jardin Mécanique, an installation conceived especially for the Villa Sauber in Monaco.
According to Franco Fontana “the purpose of art is to make visible the invisible.” And with his photographs, he does just that, taking ordinary everyday scenes and turning them into striking, colourful landscapes.
His style is simple and his ink-wash paintings are often compared to ancient masterpieces for their lightness. Nonetheless, in just a few years, Lao Shu has managed to win the hearts of many, thanks in no small part to Chinese social media.
This summer, the Musée Matisse in Nice will highlight the relationship between two of the most iconic artists of the 20th century, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso.