How do Marco Polo, Romeo and Giulietta, Donizetti, and Carlo Boso get to share a playbill? Frédéric Rey has the secret.
Pierre Bonnard would have turned 150 this year, and the museum that bears his name in Le Cannet is celebrating this milestone with a summer-long exhibition.
With its post-war and communist-style architecture, Le Havre is usually not on most people’s list of places to visit, but this summer the Norman resort is all the craze.
At the close of its 2016-17 season, the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra demonstrates its versatility - in terms of both programming and performance - with a series of four diverse concerts spread throughout the month of June.
On May 17, Syria.Art and the City of Nice join forces to feature the remarkable work of Syrian videographers and photo artists
The good news: one of France’s coolest companies has its HQ on the Côte d’Azur. The even better news: they are hiring international staff.
Renato Giuliani’s adaptation of the timeless Italian Poem of the 14th century shows that today’s world is not so different from the one 700 years ago
John Fitzerald Kennedy would have turned 100 this year. To celebrate this milestone, famed writer and producer Frédéric Lecomte-Dieu will be curating a one-off photo exhibition “John F. Kennedy 1917 – 2017” in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin.
After Matisse and the Prom, it is the famous École de Nice’s turn to star in the city’s biannual celebration of all things arts and culture
“Mort Aux Vaches” - a slightly injurious French expression turns into a hymn for rebellion, love, and friendship