Author Archives: Sophie

Valloton at the Grand Palais

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                  For the first time, we’ll be able to check out one of the most interesting and unknown European painters from the XIX-XX century. Felix Valloton has been overlapped by all the … Continue reading

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Christmas in Paris 2013

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  Christmas in Paris/ Noël a Paris THE CLASSICS/ LES INCONTOURNABLES Paris is well-known to be the city of lights and it is during the holiday season that it is most deserving of this name ! The kick off of the … Continue reading

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La Pointe d’Arcay – Magnifique plage à découvrir!!!!!

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Partie sud de La Faute-sur-Mer,  cette pointe constitue une presqu’île d’environ 5km, parallèle à la côte.  Depuis l’hôtel, il faut environ 45mn pour s’y rendre. La route est très agréable. Georges André nous l’a faite découvrir. Depuis on ne s’en … Continue reading

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August happenings!

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                          As Parisians, we love our city in August… it’s so calm!  We are thrilled to have you with us during this time and fret not– there are … Continue reading

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Outdoor dancing at the Quai de Jussieu

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Such a festive and joyful vibe at the Quai de Jussieu, right in front of the Institut du Monde Arabe. On summer nights, the townhall arranges dancing areas with classic rock’n’roll music, salsa or tango for all the amateurs to … Continue reading

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Hang out along the Seine….Berges sur Seine

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The old freeway along the Seine has been closed to the cars and traffic and rehabilitated into a pedestrian area full of fun things for everyone– activities for the kiddos, relaxing areas, concerts, and restaurants, cafés (inside rehabilitated train containers!)  … Continue reading

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Flesh, metal and light.

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Paris claims its name ‘City of Lights’ this summer at the Musée Rodin. Until October, we can visit the garden of the museum every wednesday until 23h and enjoy not only the romantic and methaphysical strength of Rodin’s bronze sculptures, … Continue reading

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Art happening right outside Paris!

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The outskirts of Paris are becoming a hot art area with the recent opening of the new Thadeus Ropac space in Pantin,  Gagosian’s space near Le Bourget, and furthermore with the upcoming inauguration of the R4 in the Ile Seguin, on … Continue reading

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Ave Maria

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If you are looking for a cool place to go at night to find an international crowd, you have to make your way to Ave Maria. A lovely small bar/restaurant close to all the commotion in Oberkampf, with mainly Spaniards behind the bar … Continue reading

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Action!

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  Movement, color, light, impressions and expressions are basic in any artwork but in this exhibition you’ll be moved to new perceptions and your senses turned upside down, I promise! The installations by Belgium artist, Anne Veronica Janssens, will blow … Continue reading

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