Discover the Titanic like you've never seen it before! Come and discover the wreck of the most tragically famous boat of the twentieth century, at a depth of 3,800 metres beneath the sea.
Martinique-born French artist Louisa Marajo joins other Caribbean and international artists in exploring the question ‘What might a Caribbean future look like?’ This is the second presentation of Marajo’s work in the US.
Containing twenty pieces that represent European tapestry weaving belonging to such artistic tendencies as Historicism, the Art Nouveau and Modernism.
The UNESCO-listed Notre-Dame d'Amiens is turning 800 this year. If there's not enough reason to hotfoot it to Picardy, its endless list of claims to fame - and irresistible Gothic wiles - will surely seal the deal. 2020 will be sparkling with events celebrating this octocentenary.
As part of “Lille, World Design Capital 2020”, the duo Muller-Van Severen will adorn the walls of the Villa Cavrois for an exceptional modernist exhibition. Free for under 18s and EU residents aged 18-25.
This immersive exhibition is devoted to exploring the different worlds of science fiction comics. Discover the future, the conquest of space and more. Free for under 18s and EU residents aged 18-25.
Chartering the national hero's career and dogged fight for justice. Since 1885, the year of Victor Hugo’s death and burial here, it has been the last resting place for the great writers, scientists, generals and more who have made the history of France.
L’Alliance Française de Los Angeles presents a French play of Jean-Louis Fournier’s book adaption of « Où on va papa ? » translated “Where are we going, Daddy?”. Start time at 7:30pm, you will be between laughter and tears during this reverse fairytale of a father and his two sons.