The Waiters Race is exactly what it sounds like. Participants – in full waiter and waitress gear, line up at the start line balancing a tray in one hand.
What’s big or small? Solid or a shadow? Held up by string, a stick or even a crane? Puppets! Every
Berets worn at a jaunty angle, Gaulloise cigarettes hanging from their lips, bicycles smothered in plaited strings of onions –
The intricate, magical snow art of Simon Beck, who works alone in the mountains of Savoy, France using snowshoes. An interview and photographs with the artist.
Paris, the City of Light as you have never seen it before. A time-lapse film of more than 100,000 photographs by film director Benjamin Trancart.
Ever wondered what it was like to travel in style during the time of Louis XIV? A fabulous new exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Arras displaying carriages, sedan chairs, sleighs and art on loan from the Chateau de Versailles, will show you.
Galeries Lafayette in Paris has commissioned architects, artists and iconic designers to help celebrate one hundred years of the iconic glass dome.
A new exhibition is on view at Paris City Hall celebrating Paris as seen by Hollywood.
The Paris Pompidou Centre has organised a mobile offshoot of the museum which is making its way round France exhibiting priceless masterpieces to the public.
Bastille Day in the City of Lights as the world's largest disco ball creates a magical light show at the Eiffel Tower.