Romain Gary’s life reads like a novel, so it was just a matter of time before his fictionalized memoir, La Promesse de l’aube, was adapted into a feature film.
One is famous for his inflated forms and exaggerated figures, while the other is the father of Cubism and one of the most influential artists (if not the most influential) of the 20th century.
Our planet, in all its natural and human diversity, is at the heart of Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s talk and exhibition this December in Monaco.
To recognise and celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of its namesake, the musée Bonnard in Le Cannet is hosting a special exhibition that runs until January 2018.
With a career spanning more than 40 years, Liz Magor is regarded as one of the most influential contemporary sculptors, inspiring many young artist with themes that include consumerism and individualism.
Few know the Himalayas as well as Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard, a French humanitarian who is also a close confidante of the Dalai Lama.
Once known as the “Sleeping Beauty”, the French city of Bordeaux has been given a new lease of life over the last few decades, thanks to a major makeover.
We meet with author Alice Alech to learn more about her recent book “The 7 Wonders of Olive Oil” and to discuss the benefits of this golden elixir.
Nice is currently hosting its first ever exhibition dedicated to the works of Alberto Giacometti in the newly inaugurated Galerie Lympia.
“Life’s too short, let’s work it out”, sings Sharlene Spiteri on the first single of her band’s newest release, Jump On Board, their ninth studio album
British comedian Paul Taylor is bringing his bilingual stand-up comedy show to the Théâtre de la Cité in Nice this October.
For the public at large, he may not be as famous as the likes of Cartier-Bresson or Robert Capa, but photographer and filmmaker William Klein revolutionized the art of modern photography.