"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...

Parallels by Paris Musées: 10 Instagrammers Reinterpret Famous Artworks

Paris Musées has launched an innovative online platform which highlights the stunning collections held in Paris’s municipal museums, with works accessible digitally to anyone worldwide. This has opened up the unique collections like never before. To celebrate...

PHOTOQUAI 2015: World Photo Biennale Opens in Paris

Every two years, Photoquai presents a fabulous free exhibition on the banks of the Seine.

Rencontres d’Arles: Top Five Photography Exhibits

A dispatch from the famous summer photography festival, held annually in Provence.

The Paris of Famed Photographer Robert Doisneau

An excerpt from a superb book published by Taschen.
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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...

Paris Magnum: The City as Captured by the Legendary Photo Agency

We highly recommend this coffee table-style book.

Fondation Louis Vuitton: Paris’s Museum in the Cloud

The glass and steel-clad Fondation Louis Vuitton, which opened in October 2014, sits impressively amid the grasses of the Bois de Boulogne, flanking the Jardin d’Acclimatation, the oldest park in Paris. The Jardin was...

Free at Hôtel de Ville: Paris in Photos by the Magnum Agency

The Paris city hall has put on a number of noteworthy exhibitions that are free for the general public. The latest at the Hôtel de Ville is "Paris Magnum", which showcases the images captured...

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.