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The Pavillon de l’Arsenal invites us to a photographic journey upstream and downstream all along the Seine, discovering the islands which populate the river, from Paris to the Ile-de-France region. Around thirty actual or disappeared by fragments islands are here exhibited. All unveil a particular universe, from the Île Saint-Etienne’s prison (in the 77 department) […]
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Inspired from Bernie Krause’s works­—a famous American musician and bio-acoustician—the exhibition ‘The Great Animal Orchestra’ suggests to be interested in the animal world which is becoming increasingly threatened. To support these words, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain displays audio recordings made by this man. For more than 40 years, he did not stop collecting […]
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After ‘Pneuma’ last February, famous American choreographer Carolyn Carlson is back with ‘Now’ already performed a first time in 2014 at the Théâtre National de Chaillot. Not far from the Green Hotels Paris—the Eiffel Trocadéro and the Gavarni— it’s a show full of grace which awaits you. Dance as an everyday language Placing philosophy and […]
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Since last Thursday, the musée Marmottan gathers three sacred monsters of painting for its new exhibition: Ferdinand Hodler (1853-1918), Claude Monet (1840-1926) and Edvard Munch (1863-1944). After ‘L’Art et l’enfant’, the museum invites us to plunge into Impressionism, Post-impressionism and Symbolism. Why such an association? Because these three artists had the same questionings on their […]
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After ‘The open-air studio – Impressionists in Normandy’, the musée Jacquemart-André is interested as of now in Dutch art in the 17th century and in particular in the master Rembrandt. This retrospective displays around twenty paintings and about thirty graphic works thanks to loans of great international museums like New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art […]
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As every year, architecture, art and history lovers meet on the occasion of the European Heritage Days. This year, we suggest you to go discovering the 16th arrondissement—Green Hotels Paris’s quarter, the Eiffel Trocadéro and the Gavarni. An abundant quarter This corner of Paris is packed with historical, contemporary or ethnic wonders to admire with […]
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Numerous shops have to deal with food unsold articles to throw away—without having a real solution. With the free mobile application Zéro-Gâchis, it’s ancient history! Both simple, economical and ecological, these are both consumers and supermarkets which win—thanks to it. Savings on every level Launched by a Breton start-up company, the Zéro-Gâchis website has been […]
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