With most locals off to the beach or the countryside and basically no foreign tourists, Paris is yours and yours alone this summer. The perfect occasion to visit the city’s famous monuments and explore its extraordinary museums!
“Immersion”, the Monegasque museum’s new multimedia show, takes visitors on a stunning virtual visit to one of the Seven Natural Wonders
Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida was once one of the most successful artists of the early 20th century before falling into relative obscurity outside of his native country
French artist Pierre Soulages turned 100 last December and to celebrate this milestone, Nice's Lympia gallery is showcasing some of his works until the end of August
As life slowly returns to normal, the communities of the Alpes-Maritimes are facing a balancing act between summer festivals and public health concerns
An ethical question has split the most famous French circus family in two bitterly feuding camps: Do animals still have their place in the ring or not?
Actor Marc Duret, who played one of the pivotal characters in the French cult movie, reflects on the film and the current state of society, and shares what he is up to these days
Marc Pollini’s black and white photo collection captures the untamed beauty of the remote Nordic island and the unique personalities who inhabit it
Monaco’s – and indeed the region’s - premier event factory is pulling out all the stops to celebrate its milestone anniversary in style
A candidate for the prestigious César award, French filmmaker Gilles de Maistre’s latest documentary "Demain est à Nous” follows teen pioneers who rapidly change society
A new exhibition of works of one of the most important artists of Veneto and the Po Valley of the first half of the 16th century, Il Pordenone, is taking place in his hometown