Follow Me

Close
The electric ferry Movitz is a new type of ferry developed in order to bring a contribution as regards reducing the sea traffic gas emissions. The ferry is equipped with two electric engines and can carry up to 120 passengers. It has also been conceived to be particularly quiet, which will also contribute to reducing […]
Read more
« Over the course of a slow twilight »: such is Hofmannsthal’s stage direction for the representation of Elektra, Richard Strauss’ one-act tragedy, of unbelievable violence and darkness. Such is also the expression currently in use to describe the ultimate splendours of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the cosmopolitan Europe in the early years of the XXth […]
Read more
Written in 2021 and staged the year after, The Interrogation was created together by Édouard Louis et Milo Rau on the theme of doubt and failure. « The heart of drama is the same as of  literature : it aims to show what is difficult to show. Drama should not be a safe place », says the first […]
Read more
Opting for a natural lifestyle is the best way to protect our environment. And, one of the best means is to choose ecological elements such as straw for the construction of a structure. For some time already, populations have understood and approved this principle, and therefore everyone urges to be as ecological as possible when […]
Read more
After the retrospective exhibitions dedicated to the Swedish artists, Carl Larsson and Anders Zorn, and to the Golden Era of danish painting, the Petit Palais Museum continues its presentation of Nordic artists. The present monography, organized in cooperation with the Helsinki Ateneum Art Museum , is dedicated to Albert Edelfelt, one of the glories of […]
Read more
Year after year, the list of species threatened or extinct gets longer,  alongside the decline in biodiversity. Nevertheless some of them seem to refuse to submit to this fate. In 2021, several species,  which were considered extinct, reappeared. For example, it is the case of the giant otter in Argentina observed for the first time […]
Read more
The ascetic figure is central in numerous expressions of Indian art, recurrent as often in ancient as well as contemporary India. It illustrates particularly the development of a discipline of mind and body - in order to be detached from the world - discipline named yoga. This exhibition dedicated to the representations of asceticism, brings […]
Read more
Created in 1992, La Bayadère tells the story of the impossible love between the dancer Nikiya and the noble warrior Solor promised to the terrible Gamzatti, story situated in a fantasmagorical vision of India with elephants, tigers and palanquins. Rudolf Noureev adapted Marius Petipa’s choreography - to a music written by Ludwig Minkus – thus […]
Read more
The Paris Museum of Modern Art presents the first retrospective exhibition dedicated to Anita Molinero in a Parisian institution. This exhibition traces the different periods of her artistic evolution: from her very first works at the end of the 80’s - some of which have disappeared and are therefore presented by photos - to her […]
Read more