Hot Spots in France: Le Lieu Unique in Nantes

From iconic biscuit factory to hip cultural center...

New in Paris: The Eiffel Tower’s Glass Floor

On Monday, October 6 Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo inaugurated the newly renovated premier étage of the Eiffel Tower. Suspended 57 metres above the ground, the first floor used to be overlooked by tourists, but...

Fall in Paris: Grape Harvest Festival in Montmartre

Celebrate the last remaining vineyard in Paris.

Simple Shapes at Centre Pompidou-Metz

Our art critic reviews a thought-provoking new exhibition.

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...

French Bobo Fashions for Fall: A New Look from Long Ago

There's a dress shop in the village square of my adopted home in France (Uzès) where finding what's new in fall fashions takes you back a century or two. A visit to the store...

Don’t Miss the Grandes Eaux Nocturnes at Versailles

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

Reviewed: Peter Turnley’s Photography Workshop in Paris

A week-long course with the acclaimed photographer will change how you view the world.

Brassaï: Paris by Night

A beautiful new edition of Brassaï’s classic book of urban photography, Paris by Night, shows both the bright and dark sides of Paris as seen through the eyes of a talented young artist who...

New York: Denis Darzacq’s “Hyper”

French photographer Denis Darzacq combines inspiration from modern techniques in photo technology, such as a super-fast shutter speed, with a splash of brightness from an unusual locale to create Hyper. The bold lighting and...