With most locals off to the beach or the countryside and basically no foreign tourists, Paris is yours and yours alone this summer. The perfect occasion to visit the city’s famous monuments and explore its extraordinary museums!
Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida was once one of the most successful artists of the early 20th century before falling into relative obscurity outside of his native country
French artist Pierre Soulages turned 100 last December and to celebrate this milestone, Nice's Lympia gallery is showcasing some of his works until the end of August
Lenny Kravitz cannot get enough of the French Riviera - after highlighting the jazz festival in Juans-les-pins this summer, he plays the Nikaia in Nice next May
For the next three months, the city he once called home is going to celebrate Bernar Venet’s conceptual years with an exhibition at the MAMAC.
Dita Von Teese has been called 'the most famous stripper in America' and has been delighting audiences the world over with her uber-glamourous performances for more than twenty years.
Taking its title from Stendhal’s famous claim ”La beauté n’est que la promesse du Bonheur” (Beauty is but the promise of happiness), a new exhibition at the Villa Paloma is paying tribute to Tom Wesselmann.
No artist embodies better the spirit of Montmartre at the turn of the 20th century than French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
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.