After a few tumultuous years, Azurean theatres have (re)defined their identities. The result: an extraordinarily rich and interesting programme all around
Dedicated to one of the greatest photo artists of the 20th century, a yearlong expo under the theme “Pets and Stars” features movie stars and their four-legged friends
Anikó Pápista, who comes from Budapest in Hungary, opened her Nice gallery, Gravis ART Galerie, a few months ago. She has been exhibiting the work of accomplished and established Hungarian artists.
The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2018-19 season opens this month, with Principal Conductor and Artistic Director Kazuki Yamada directing a programme of music by Verdi, Shostakovich and Beethoven.
The opening concert of the Nice Philharmonic 2018-19 season celebrates the bicentennial of the birth of French composer, Charles Gounod.
Under the title “La Comédie du Modèle” the Matisse Museum in Cimiez takes a closer look at the role of the model in the two painters’ works
Leaving their homeland for the first time, over 150 masterpieces from ancient Egypt are currently on display in a stunning exhibition at the Grimaldi Forum
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”
Accolades upon accolades are being heaped on the company around Gaële Boghossian and Paulo Correia for their adaptation of Goethe’s masterwork
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.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the man regarded as one of the greatest film and theatre directors of the 20th century, Ingmar Bergman.
In the penultimate concert of the 2017-18 Grande Saison series, the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra pays tribute to the genius of Leonard Bernstein in the year of his Centennial, with two works by the American composer and conductor.
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.