Paris

Illinois-born dancer Loïe Fuller (1862-1928) took Paris by storm in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. She was famous throughout both North America and Europe for her groundbreaking…
Robert Doisneau, born in 1912 in Gentilly, became an amateur photographer at the age of sixteen. Throughout life, he was able to create and record a world full of wonder and possibilities, a state of…
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts announces its upcoming exhibition, Man Ray: The Paris Years, on view in Richmond from October 30, 2021, through February 21, 2022. Organized by Dr. Michael Taylor,…
Considered a founder of Impressionism, Edgar Degas actually disliked the label, preferring Realist or Independent. Best known for his paintings and bronze sculptures, Degas was also a printmaker and…
As part of the Saint Laurent Rive Droite project, Anthony Vaccarello has chosen to collaborate with the Italian design and architecture group Memphis.
Correspondances, an exhibition based around the art of Gérard Garouste and philosophical conversations with Marc-Alain Ouaknin will open on March 25 until May 22 at Templon’s Grenier-Saint-Lazare…
German artist Ulrike Ottinger's latest film begins from the perspective of autobiography. Paris Calligrammes describes her experiences as a young artist living in Paris in the 1960s, when she came…
Banksy's mural, which depicts a woman shrouded in a veil, was part of a makeshift memorial at the site of the deadly terrorist attack at the Bataclan music hall in Paris.