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Who is Peter Grimes, the man exposed to the hostility of his village, the Suffolk fisherman whose apprentice dies at sea? A murderer or an innocent ? A child executioner or a victim of prejudice? An anti-hero or a poet? Acquainted to Britten, Deborah Warner , invited at the Paris Opera for the first time, […]
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Danton’s Death is a frescoe thoroughly documented which depicts a generation of men and women who were committed to a social battle which will finally bring around their downfall. Simon Delétang situates the setting in an XVIIIth century luxurious decor where the gold of monarchy still glows. This unique evolving space is taken over by […]
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WONDERLAND, MARVELOUS TERRITORY FOREVER LINKED TO THE BOLD CHILDISH FIGURE OF ALICE, BECOMES HERE A UNIVERSE OF SENSATIONS. WITH THIS DUET FOR TWO DANCERS, INSPIRED BY THE LUMINOUS SETTINGS OF JAMES TURREL, THE CHOREOGRAPHER SYLVAIN HUC SUGGESTS A PHYSICAL EXPERIMENTATION OF SPACE. WONDERLAND IS A TERRITORY YOU HAVE TO PASS THROUGH, WHERE THE RELATION TO THE […]
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The National Furniture Collection is the first in France concerning this period and it’s quality and diversity is absolutely outstanding. Witness of the Art-deco period and the various research in the field of decorative arts during the 1940-1950´s, this collection displays ceremonial furniture, heir of a long tradition of luxury, alongside functionalistic pieces, which mark […]
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THIS IS HOW YOU WILL DISAPPEAR  IS A CONTEMPORARY ALLEGORY WHICH TAKES PLACE IN A HUGE FOREST WHERE METEOROLOGICAL PHENOMENA UPSET SPACE, PERCEPTION AND FEELINGS. THREE CHARACTERS APPEAR WHICH EMBODY THE CONTRADICTIONS OF OUR MODERN MODELS, AND THEY REPRESENT ONE AFTER THE OTHER, AUTHORITY, PERFECTION AND RUIN, THEIR INTERACTIONS ARE LOADED WITH A LATENT VIOLENCE, […]
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Showers of stars, twinkling garlands, luminous fireflies, lush glittering Christmas trees and multi-colored balls decorate over 150 streets and 70 areas of the capital, from the Champs-Élysées to Montmartre, along the Seine banks, Bercy Village, the  Place Vendôme but also l'Hôtel de Ville… À fairytale setting for a  glistening Christmas !
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The Petit Palais Museum is hosting works of the contemporary Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone from October the 18th, 2022 to January the 8th, 2023.  Two sets entitled humansky and nudes stage human bodies and their relationship with natural elements such as the sky, water, air and fire. The third work burn to shine is a monumental video […]
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The Cité des sciences et de l’industrie presents Évolutions industrielles, a temporary exhibition which encourages us to try and understand the new industrial world and its impact on Human Beings. Nothing can keep away from industry : it structures human labor, and also the landscapes, the cities, our societies. We are but one with industrial […]
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