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  • Shared Memories exhibition at the Institute of the Arab World, 18th March ]= 17th May 2020
    Art lovers and philanthropists Claude and France Lemand recently made their second big donation to the collections of the Institute of the Arab World (known as the IMA in France). A new exhibition of contemporary photos and artist videos, called Mémoires partagées (Shared Memories) shows a selection of works included in the donation. The exhibition [...]
  • Circulation(s) photography festival at the 104, 14th March ]= 10th May 2020
    With (as ever) the best of young European photography on show, the Circulation(s) Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary at the 104 arts space! Get ready for a special birthday weekend (including free entrance on Saturday 14th March), a focus on Belarus, a special selection for kids and the work of over forty photographers to [...]
  • Harper's Bazaar ]= First in Fashion exhibition at the MAD until 14th July 2020
    The Museum of Decorative Arts (which takes the acronym 'MAD' in French) has just reopened its fashion galleries, which have been completely renovated thanks to the kind patronage of philanthropists Stephen and Christine Schwarzman, "long-time friend(s) of Donald Trump" (according to Wikipedia). Te celebrate the reopening, the MAD has organised a large exhibition about the [...]
  • Turner, Paintings and Watercolours from the Tate exhibition at the Jacquemart-André Museum, 13th March ]= 20th July 2020
    Thanks to some exceptional loans from the Tate Gallery in London, the Jacquemart-André Museum is presenting ten oil paintings and sixty watercolours by the master of light Joseph Mallord William Turner, some of which have never been shown before in France. Turner is without a doubt the master of English watercolours, with lighting and transparency [...]
  • A daffodil to fight cancer on place du Panthéon, 10th-14th March 2020
    Our neighbour the Curie Institute is starting its annual fundraising drive called Une jonquille contre le cancer (A daffodil to fight cancer). It's being launched on Place du Panthéon, with a 'daffodil village' where you can buy daffodil-related merch (and even real daffs) to show your solidarity, pedal a 'solidarity bike' supplied by Swiss Life [...]
  • Maia Flore exhibition d'îles en lune at the Galerie Esther Woerdehoff, 12th March ]= 18th April 2020
    The dreamlike world of Maia Flore (quite summery this time) is on display at the lovely Galerie Esther Woerdehoff near our hotels, and you're invited to the opening party! Over the years, Maia Flore has been able to create a world that is very much her own, full of poetry and mysterious women who never [...]
  • The Cernuschi Museum reopens
    The Asian Arts Museum that belongs to the Paris City Council has been closed for reorganisation for over nine months. It reopened yesterday with a renewed layout, touchscreens and more. Oh, and it's free! Initially opened nearly 120 years ago and now property of the Paris City Council (and thus, free) the Cernuschi Museum, named [...]
  • Toute la mémoire du monde ]= the International Festival of restored films at the Cinémathèque, 4th-8th March 2020
    The festival of classic films newly-restored is back at la Cinémathèque, with a famous sponsor and guest ]= Isabella Rossellini ]= classics to see in sparkling high definition, and showings in four cinemas not far from our hotels. There's probably never been a better time for restoring classic films. On one hand, we have all [...]
  • A Window Onto Everyday Life exhibition at the Cluny Museum, 4th March ]= 28th June 2020
    Super close to our hotels, the Cluny Museum has a new exhibition on called Regards sur la vie quotidienne (A Window Onto Everyday Life), with everyday objects showing how our daily needs haven't changed so much over the centuries... We all need a roof over our heads, food, somewhere to wash... but we also have [...]
  • Betty Catroux exhibition at the Yves Saint Laurent Museum, 3rd March ]= 11th October 2020
    Betty Catroux, fashion icon and Yves Saint Laurent's 'twin sister' has made a large donation to the YSL Foundation. Anthony Vaccarello, artistic director of Saint Laurent has now staged around fifty of these historic pieces for a new exhibition. Born in 1945, the model Betty Catroux met Yves Saint Laurent in Paris in 1967. Over [...]