Take a tour of Les Frigos, an ancient hangar for refrigerated railway wagons which was converted into an entire building of artists' studios in the 13th arrondissement.
We usually go to the cinema and let a film transport us into another world and time. But at The Grand Rex, simply entering its doors is a trip back to history in itself.
Young European photographers exhibit extraordinary talent in Circulation(s), a festival bringing us fresh and guileless works of art from the budding participants.
As we springtime arrives in Paris, events start to bloom as well, so here's a list of events and things to do for the month of March. Cinema, art exhibits, poetry festivals: take your pick.
Hotel Lutetia gave sculptor-designer Guillaume Piéchaud's free reign to design the majestic Suite Eiffel of Hotel Lutetia. Come and take a tour!
See Fouquet's jewelry shop at the Musée Carnavalet, a completely preserved Belle Epoque work of art designed by Alphonse Mucha.
In the working-class district of the 18th arrondissement, Brasserie de la Goutte d'Or produces 100% organic, 100% Parisian artisanal beer named after its neighborhood streets.
Chase away the winter blues with these February events happening in Paris: pay homage to Icelandic music, visit a language fair, and join the festivities of Chinese New Year and the Paris Carnaval!
All around the city are wonderful Belle Epoque carousels, worth visiting and discovering. Here are six beautiful carousels of Paris to get you started.
A testament to Paris' love for any genre of art, 59 Rivoli is a Haussmannian building purchased by the city of Paris to house contemporary artists' studios.