An excellent veterinarian is hard to come by. If you're in or near Nice, however, you are blessed with the brilliant Dr. Maxime Albouy. And better yet, he serves the Anglophone community.
Photographer Michel Eisenlohr’s new exhibition in Antibes reveals the astonishing relationship that Icelanders still maintain with their environment.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the artist’s death, “Picasso et l’Antiquité” at the Prince’s Palace is part of the international "Célébration Picasso 1973-2023" cycle
With over one hundred works from all over the world, the exhibition is one of the most extensive monographs on Claude Monet this decade, and undoubtedly the most audacious.
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Ciao amici, bonjour les amis! In its 8th edition, the popular Niçois summer event under Frédéric Rey’s reign reconnects with its Italian origins
The avantgarde artist’s retrospective in Aix-en-Provence is set to break all visitor records.
In only one short decade, a new theatre built from scratch in the small Azurean town of Antibes has become one of the leading Thespian temples in France thanks to a visionary director and a pragmatic mayor.
Tucked away in a quiet corner of Vieux Nice, there is an unassuming 17th century chapel. Tourists rarely venture to this hidden gem off the beaten path. But for international artists it is a coveted venue.
While Western governments are still haggling with Damascus over access rights and protocols for humanitarian aid, ‘We Are One’ has been working in the disaster zone since Day 1
Gaële Boghossian and Paulo Correia’s theatre company is renowned for thought-provoking, boundary-pushing productions. But their latest oeuvre may be their finest one yet.