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Green facades provide insulation and cool down the surrounding area of a building. In addition to the much welcomed green touch it brings to urban landscapes, and the freshness and new homes for biodiversity they provide to the city, these “vertical gardens” also contribute to the buildings' insulation. According to a study by the University […]
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Felines are exceptional predators, mammals that are equally feared and admired... They are one of the most frequently depicted animal families, but do you really know them? Be prepared for a few surprises when you discover the 38 species of feline that populate the planet. Jardin des Plantes Until January 7, 2024
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  FROM APRIL 6 TO 30, 2023 Designed in collaboration with the Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal, this exhibition offers a new perspective on the work of the prodigious American painter, for whom music was a powerful thread running through his life and work. Offering as much to hear…
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The display will feature thirty-three paintings from the Museo di Capodimonte, considered some of the greatest Italian masterpieces. They will resonate with the Louvre’s collection of paintings by artists including Titian, Caravaggio, Annibale Carracci and Guido Reni, and shed light on Italian schools that have little or no representation in the Louvre – particularly the […]
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With the summer solstice, La Villette tunes into an Andalusian rhythm. The invitation goes out to celebrate flamenco culture, enjoy sunny recipes, drink and eat at the Sevillian village, dance rumba, and take up a masterclass. Exceptional evenings to experience duende under all its forms.
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Édouard Manet (1832-1883) and Edgar Degas (1834-1917) were both key players in the new painting of the 1860s-80s. This exhibition, which brings together the two painters in the light of their contrasts, forces us to take a new look at their real complicity.
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