Born in Italy in 1896 and raised in an impoverished neighbourhood of São Paulo from the age of two, Alfredo Volpi was one of, if not, Brazil's most significant artist of the early 20th century.
Heralding the arrival of spring this month, Monte-Carlo presents its annual festival, Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo, a celebration of music, song and dance.
No less than three stunning temporary exhibits are currently on display at the Museé des Arts Asiatiques in Nice.
If you have ever bought vintage postcards of the French Riviera, chances are that you have come across the name of Jean Gilletta.
For the second time in his career, Jean-Christophe Maillot - Choreographer-Director of Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo - has been honoured with the prestigious Prix de Lausanne Life Time Award, for his dedication to the world of dance.
The drama and tragedy of Benjamin Britten’s operatic masterpiece, Peter Grimes, is brought to the Riviera this month by Monte-Carlo Opera - with internationally renowned tenor José Cura in the title role.
A small but interesting exhibit at the Musée Matisse in Nice shines the light on the Algerian desert town that influenced some of Europe’s most celebrated artists
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.
For the first time assembled and shown in its entirety, the exhibit of the Spanish artist’s 100 etchings at the Malmaison is a cultural highlight not to be missed
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.