Save the date 11/23/2015

This week will be a week filled with beautiful things, beginning with Elizabeth Lennard’s fascinating travels, the last Noureev ballet at the Opéra Bastille, a great auction at the Fondation Louis Vuitton to benefit the Secours Populaire at the end of the week, a charming book by Elaine Dundy, and finally an artists’ aside at…

Save the date 11/09/2015

Here comes yet another week full of artistic events! At Paris Photo, there’ll be photography of all styles on display; at Empiristes, there’ll be a display of the artwork of the Emerige Revelations Grant candidates. In addition, you’ll have a chance to see Nicolas de Montaigut’s “Clin d’Oeil” exhibition, or maybe you’d like to take…

Save the date 11/02/2015

    On a sunny Monday, I stroll through Kris Ruhs’s magical “Hanging Garden” at the Galerie Alaïa; at the Théâtre Antoine I laugh out loud listening to Catherine Frot’s jokes in “Fleur de cactus;” I think of the complex book by Sylvie Bourgeois “J’aime ton mari;” and I take note of an auction’s return…

Save the date 10/19/2015

A very colorful week begins on Monday with the exhibition “¡Picasso! L’exposition anniversaire” at the Musée Picasso, several contemporary art fairs (where it’s quite a challenge finding a place to begin), and Emeric Feher’s “A la vie à l’image” at the Château d’Angers… Asia is thrust into the spotlight in the Salon Asia Now (Oct. 20-22)…

Save the date 10/12/2015

This week in Paris, The Gaze of a Parisienne suggests a rock theater show and several exhibitions that include Louise Bourgeois photos by Jean-François Jaussaud, Dem 189’s return to Paris at MMartproject, and the young winners of the Friends of Fine Arts contest. Last but not least, we suggest an extremely entertaining Andy Warhol book.…