Arts

Saint-Sulpice: A Peek Inside One of Paris’ Most Coveted Neighborhoods

Come take a stroll and explore the Saint-Sulpice neighborhood of Paris' sixth arrondissement. Centered around the church of the same name, the area boasts eclectic food, cultural, shopping and nightlife options for every taste, so we've rounded up some of the best it has to offer.
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August Events in Paris: Rock en Seine, Festival Silhouette, Restaurants Open & More

Paris By Mouth's list of restaurant closings, Pop Meufs! at Pavillon des Canaux, Mamie's Beach Party II at LaPlage de Glazart, Rock en Seine music festival, 14th edition of Festival Silhouette, traditional guinguette at the foot of the Eiffel ...read more
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July Events in Paris: Paris Plages, Cinéma en Plein Air, Days Off Festival & More

Bastille Day, Days Off, Black Summer Festival, Wu-Tang Clan at Le Zenith, Peacock Society, Festival FNAC Live, Paris Quartier d’été, Cinéma en Plein Air, Cinéma au Clair de Lune, Paris Plages, and Bones and Roseval restaurants closing...read more
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Off-the-Beaten-Path Paris Museums: Art Outside the Louvre and Musée D’Orsay

It’s true that even seasoned visitors to Paris could visit the Louvre and the Orsay again and again, discovering something new each time. But why not delve a little deeper and explore some of Paris’s lesser known museums whose collections can be ...read more
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April Events in Paris: Super Barquette, Le Fooding Priceless Souper, Gaultier & More

Banlieues Bleues, Jean Paul Gaultier at the Grand Palais, Céline Pham at Table Ronde, Amuse Gueule, Super Barquette, Les Plans d'Avril Festival, and Le Fooding's Priceless Souper at Il Brigante....read more
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All That Glitters: Paris for Lovers (of Fine Jewelry)

Paris is a city that shimmers. Considered by many as the capital of fine jewelry, the city is a treasure trove for collectors and enthusiasts with its famed jewelry houses at Place Vendôme and historical pieces in museums across the city, ...read more
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Inside Frank Gehry’s Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris’ Newest Architectural Sensation

The eye-arresting Fondation Louis Vuitton was built to celebrate contemporary art and French crafts. Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the Fondation rises from the trees of the Bois de Boulogne, its glass sails reflecting the nature all around, ...read more

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Ici-même + Gallerie Graphem: Wine Meets Art in Paris’ 12th Arrondissement

What happens when two fine art graduates of the prestigious École du Louvre team up with a French wine expert? A cadre made in French heaven: a wine shop art gallery hybrid for enthusiasts who like their Sancerre with a side of up-and-coming new ...read more
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Following Vincent Van Gogh: The Artist in Auvers-sur-Oise

Although the bright colors of Provence normally come to mind when thinking of the paintings of Vincent van Gogh, it was actually in Paris and nearby Auvers-sur-Oise that the passionate artist produced most of his work. As this year commemorates ...read more
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Lights, Camera, Action! Five Unmissable Parisian Movie Houses

In France, cinema is the 7th art, as culturally important as painting or literature and like museums or libraries, movie houses play a key role in local culture. Netflix has not yet come up the Seine, and according to the Office de Tourisme ...read more
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Parisian Perspectives: A Stroll Through Paris In Black & White

Paris is beautiful no matter how you view it, but through a monochrome lens, its true elegance and character become strikingly apparent. Removing color from a place so rich in fashion, art and culture impresses a fresh perspective upon both the ...read more
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April Events in Paris: Boot Cafe, Grilled Cheese, Priceless Soupers at Bones, and More!

The Grilled Cheese Factory and Boot Cafe open in the Marais. Bones hosts Le Fooding's 2nd "Priceless Souper"; tickets go on sale April 2. Onra plays at La Machine on April 18. La Carreau du Temple is is finally reopening as a cultural space this ...read more
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Food, Art & Film In the 19eme, Paris’ Latest “It” Neighborhood

It’s no secret that some of the most interesting things in a city happen off the tourist grid. New restaurants, music and, of course, lots of art gets made in places where the rents are cheaper, the residents funkier and the tourists far fewer. ...read more