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!
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?
In the days following the devastating blaze at the Paris cathedral, swift action has been taken to financially contribute to its reconstruction. PACA is doing its fair share, too.
The famous Canadian street artist and Nice fell in love with each other in 2016. But does the story have a happy ending?
No artist embodies better the spirit of Montmartre at the turn of the 20th century than French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Swiss-French filmmaker Raphaëlle Régnier’s touching documentary about the discreet artist’s musical and literary poetry premiers in Paris on June 14
If you or a loved one suffers from a chronic disease, you need to know about Lifeinabox...although the company’s founder hopes you’ll never buy it
For the public at large, he may not be as famous as the likes of Cartier-Bresson or Robert Capa, but photographer and filmmaker William Klein revolutionized the art of modern photography.
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.
Your list of Paris museums to visit in the next few weeks just got longer by one unmissable exhibition.
Having shared his time between Dublin and Nice, both cities mourn the loss of one of the greatest contemporary poets and writers.