In Paris, between St. Paul in the Marais and Bastille at 17 Rue Beautreillis is the apartment where Jim Morrison supposedly died in 1971 at the age of 27.
See Fouquet's jewelry shop at the Musée Carnavalet, a completely preserved Belle Epoque work of art designed by Alphonse Mucha.
Thanks to the slow food movement, the fine art of food production is making a comeback, and le Chambre aux Confitures, a shop specializing in gourmet jams, is a perfect example.
Daniel Ashram forays into his memories of surviving the 1992 Miami hurricane in STORM, a poignant collection of sculptures and paintings at the Galerie Perrotin.
Le Marché des Enfants Rouges has an abundance of delicious food to discover and is one of the best places in Paris to try ethnic dishes.
Homesick for good old fashioned American cooking? Untapped brings you our top 5 picks for the most authentic and fabulous American grub spots in the City of Light.
Czech artist Honza Hronek uses an antique wet plate collodion camera to create beautifully haunting portraits of Parisians, which are currently exhibited at the Rose Bakery.
Along Boulevard Beaumarchais is Merci, a concept store by with a purpose: donating part of its profits to associations helping women and children in Madagascar.
In her second solo show at the Galerie Karsten Greve, Claire Morgan's sculpture-installations delves into themes of birth, growth, control, and the exploration of the human condition.
Sophie Calle's new exhibition in Paris, For The Last and For The First Time, explores themes of vision, perception and intimacy at Galerie Perrotin.