Unmissable Art Event in Paris: Berthe Morisot at Musée d’Orsay

A leading Impressionist figure, Berthe Morisot remains to this day less well-known than her peers, Monet, Degas and Renoir. Yet, she was immediately recognised as one of the group’s most innovative artists. Morisot explored...

A Sparkling Gala for the American Library in Paris

The American Library in Paris recently celebrated its Gala dinner at the Bibliothèque Clément Bayard of the Automobile Club of France. This sparkling soirée is one of the most significant fundraising events of the...

Exciting Art News and Exhibitions in France

From relics to prisoners (not to mention a new floating museum in Paris), make out-of-this-world discoveries... Here are some must-see exhibitions in France right now. ART FLOATS Paris’s first floating urban art centre, Fluctuart, has launched...

The Rooster that Woke the World: The Pathé Brothers in Close-up

From humble beginnings, four brothers created a world-famous film company that captured the excitement and flair of the new medium. Hazel Smith discovers the story of Pathé Over a century ago, four brothers born to...

The Bührle Collection at the Maillol Museum in Paris

Awaiting its permanent move to the Kunsthaus in Zürich, the Emil Bührle Collection, one of the most important in the world, sets up temporary residence at the beautiful Maillol museum in Paris, showing masterpieces...

Check out Rachel Cobb’s Gorgeous Photos in “Mistral, the Legendary Wind of Provence”

There is something mythical about the mistral wind-- the strong, northwesterly blast that funnels down the Rhône Valley and sweeps across southern France. It creates the climate, and it's part of Provençal culture. Renowned...

Masterpieces of the Guggenheim in Provence

For the first time in Europe, nearly 50 major works from the Thannhauser Collection, or related to its history, come to Aix-en-Provence in a travelling exhibition in collaboration with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation...

Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France

The FIFA Women’s World Cup is now taking place in France until July 7. All eyes are on France's footballeuses as they make their championship bid on home turf. Hopes of a double-whammy victory...

Dispatch from Normandy: Honouring D-Day Veterans on the 75th anniversary

“They died for us. We can’t forget them.” The words of a young French girl who attended the 75th anniversary of D-Day ceremonies at the American Cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer, France on June 6th, 2019 express...

More than a Pit Stop: Le Mans and Europe’s Iconic Motor Race

Gillian Thornton zooms off to Le Mans to discover the legends behind Europe’s most iconic motor race and follow in the treadmarks of action hero Steve McQueen Late afternoon and my husband and I have...