DJ, composer and key player in digital art, Agoria expresses himself through a fascinating digital exhibition between physical and digital at the Musée d'Orsay.
Come to Domaine Reine Margot in Issy-les-Moulineaux to taste your best rum in an incredible speakeasy nestled in the heart of a chapel.
Until March 6, 2024, the French cinema library invites you to discover a selection of 25 great classics of anxiety films on the big screen!
The IESA gallery focuses on artists awarded the Juvenars prize, organized by students of a school combining art, culture and entrepreneurship.
The new edition of the DDessin show returns to Domus-Maubourg from March 22 to 24, 2024.
Pascal Vinardel takes over La Banque with his exhibition Terra Incognita: works that take us to the ends of the world, to the peaks of an interior continent.
From April 24 to May 4 then from May 22 to 31, 2024, the Louvre Museum offers you the opportunity to do your best sports session in the middle of works of art
With Trop-Plein, MusVerre has created a gargantuan exhibition highlighting our excesses in terms of waste and food waste.
The Echoes exhibition at Maison Forte de Hautetour invites us to follow the performer Caroline Bouissou in her exploration of the sounds of the mountain...
Discover our never-before-seen images from the sublime exhibition of Ahmet Ertuğ’s photographs at the Conciergerie. Treat yourself to a journey into stones and light!
The Canadian Cultural Center immerses us in the fascinating exhibition In Infinite Variations, a unique experience that questions the impact of the virtual world.
On April 27, La Seine Musicale invites us to discover an exceptional musical comedy from the flagship and unforgettable film of the 80s, Flashdance.
The Palais des Congrès invites us to discover a magical show, featuring dancers from the Rome Opera Ballet, dressed in costumes by Dior.
The Odéon - Théâtre de l'Europe invites us to discover a satirical version of Dom Juan, Molière's masterpiece, directed by Macha Makeïeff.
Discover Into the Hairy, a modern and contemporary dance show featuring 7 talented dancers at the Théâtre Chaillot-Théâtre National de la Danse
The Théâtre de l'Atelier invites us to discover a show as sublime as it is poetic, which tells us the story of a child saved by dance.
The Palais Garnier invites us to discover Médée, an exceptional and timeless opera based on the famous lyric tragedy, orchestrated by William Christie.
Discover the priceless hidden treasures of the Seine at the Archaeological Crypt of the Île de la Cité, until December 31, 2024!
Discover our images of the immersive Street-art exhibition, signed David Baranes, which takes over an entire house in Champigny sur Marne.
The Museum of Modern Art in Paris gives carte blanche to Ari Marcopoulos, trendy photographer and filmmaker emblematic of the American underground.
From March 30 to June 23, 2024, this mysterious exhibition at the Brou Monastery reveals to us the Predictions of artists from the Middle Ages to our day.
Galerie Boquet shines the spotlight on Dora Maar, “Invisible Woman” and shows how this talented artist perceived and represented herself.
The Galerie de l'Europe brings together, for the duration of an exhibition, Jacques Reverdy, Catherine Barthelemy and Emerich Meerson: three virtuoso painters whose main strengths lie above all in this irrepressible taste for light and this infinite love for gesture.
From March 27 to April 28, 2024, the 100% Festival invites around fifty young graduates from the largest French institutions to prove themselves!
Twelve years after his death, the master of abstraction Ladislas Kijno is surrounded by a sublime retrospective on his adopted land in Béthune-Bruay.
Until March 31, 2024, the Théâtre de Paris invites you to discover an incredible play with Pascal Légitimus, Corinne Touzet, Anny Duperey and Francis Perrin.
Until March 31, 2024, the Théâtre Montparnasse invites us to discover a dazzling and thrilling play with François Berléand.
The Drawing Now Art Fair 2024 returns this year for another edition with a slew of new contemporary revelations brought to life by the art of drawing.
The Museum of Impressionisms-Giverny is hosting the exhibition Impressionism and the sea focusing on this all-consuming and unfulfilled passion for water of the artists of the movement.
Discover our images of the Spring exhibitions at the Palais de Tokyo, including the new visual score by Mohamed Bourouissa, a real performance...