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From June 29th to July 5th, 2018, the théâtre national de Chaillot will welcome Belgian director Ivo van Hove and his company Toneelgroep Amsterdam. Created in 2008, the show "Tragédies romaines" (“Roman Tragedies”) revisits three Shakespearean tragedies published in 1623: "Antony and Cleopatra", "Coriolanus" and "Julius Caesar". "Tragédies romaines": a study of the current political […]
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With the help of the world's greatest museums, the Petit Palais is focusing on an important period in the lives of impressionist painters: their exile to London. Following the 1870 Franco-German war and the Commune insurrection, Claude Monet (1840-1926) and Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) were the first two impressionists to move to London in the late […]
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The House of Denmark is welcoming Danish painter and graphic designer Jan Sivertsen with his retrospective "Color field", until July 15th, 2018. After Henrik Saxgren's photographs, Sivertsen's colourful paintings are taking possession of the 142 of the avenue des Champs-Elysées. Born in 1951 in Denmark, Jan Sivertsen spent five years at the Royal Danish Academy […]
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As of today, and until June 19th, 2018, the Champs-Elysées Film Festival is returning for its 7th edition. This year’s theme is independence and the guest star is American director John Cameron Mitchell. Let’s take a closer look at cinephiles’ favourite Parisian film festival. John Cameron Mitchell: celebration of a genius The festival begins tonight […]
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From May 23rd to October 7th, 2018, the musée du quai Branly-Jacques Chirac is hosting the exhibition "The little explorer’s box of delights". This retrospective highlights the notion of otherness found in French and European children's literature. The museum revisits our favourite adventure stories and the recurring stereotypes they conveyed through the many travels of […]
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