How do you reinvent yourself from being a senior manager in the luxury goods industry to becoming an artist? We talked to one who dared to take the plunge and has never looked back.
In 2022, the great annual art exposition is devoted to the work and creativity of Christian Louboutin and his close ties to the Principality
The Anthéa house company, renowned for its creativity and ingenuity at the crossroads of stage theatre and cinema, gives Alexandre Dumas’ classic a shocking, and shockingly good, makeover
English surrealist artist Richard Saunders and his legendary Russian Blue cat Tolly have been internet favourites for years. Now Tolly finally gets to publish his memoirs...
A new exhibition dedicated to one of the most important artists of her generation presents her development over the past seven years, including a never-before-seen work
To help the hard-hit musicians of the devastated Middle-Eastern city, famous French-American conductor Jean-Pierre Schmitt organizes a local charity concert. An interview with the maestro.
When two of the region’s best theatre makers team up to honour Jean de La Fontaine’s 400th birthday, and invite two brilliant musicians to the stage, expect no less than a masterpiece!
The cooler, quieter months of the year are a perfect time to (re)discover the richness of Rivieran avifauna in one of PACA’s most beautiful nature preserves.
After the popular music festival had to be canceled due to the pandemic last year, the 2021 edition more than makes up for the lost year.
A French woman and a Syrian man prove daily that even humble private citizens can have a huge impact on children and families in war zones.
Closing a cycle dedicated to the four elements, this year’s Earth edition shines the spotlight on trailblazing women dancers and choreographers from around the world.
A new exhibition in Cannes traces the immigration history of Italians and shows that no matter where someone is from and what they bring to their new home, integration is not always easy.
One of the best contemporary plays was brutally stopped by the pandemic last year. Now Collectif 8 finally has the chance to perform its masterpiece. And it’s even more poignant now