"Unexpected Paris, A Photographic Journey"

Book Reviews: Unexpected Paris, A Photographic Journey

Given the terrible tragedy which befell the French capital in November 2015, there seems no better time to sing the praises of France’s uniqueness than now. This fun and witty photographic journal by Nicolas Guilbert has...

Don’t Miss the Grandes Eaux Nocturnes at Versailles

The final show of the season will take place this weekend.

Paris Liberated, Paris Photographed, Paris Exhibited

‘Capital of pleasure’ was the dubious title given to Paris by the Third Reich, and so reclaiming the capital’s dignity became of critical importance after the Liberation in August of 1944. To this end,...
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Report from Los Angeles: Paris Photo 2015

Paris Photo Los Angeles concluded its third year showcasing exceptional images and photographers, providing a great artistic experience to the public. Staged at the iconic Paramount Pictures Studios, Paris Photo, an international art fair, presented...

Hot Spots in France: Le Lieu Unique in Nantes

From iconic biscuit factory to hip cultural center...

It’s Beaujolais Nouveau Day in France!

Today is the third Thursday of November and that can only mean on thing in France: Beaujolais Nouveau! Every year at this time the vin primeur is released to the market. Just a mere weeks ago...

Louvre, Versailles and Musée d’Orsay Will Soon Be Open Every Day

France’s new Culture Minister Fleur Pellerin is taking a bold step for 2015. As announced this week by the Ministry, three of France’s best-loved sites—the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay, and the Palace of Versailles—will...

3 Ways with Photography: Not-to-Miss Exhibitions this Spring in Paris

We focus in on the work of the world’s most skilled photographers... Here's a trio of exciting photography exhibitions currently taking place in Paris. Eli Lotar at the Jeu de Paume  After his arrival in France in 1924 Eli...

Chickens for the Hotel de Ville Garden in Paris

Smack dab in the middle of the city, this garden is now open to the public.

Roche de Solutré: Burgundy’s Most Famous Natural Site

Located west of Macôn in Burgundy, the Roche de Solutré rises far above the Pouilly-Fuissé vineyards and, sphinx-like, appears to be watching over the valley and villages below. Protected by French law and classified as a...