Fashion brand Chloé opened cultural space La Maison Chloé in Paris with an exhibition centered on photographer Guy Bourdin's work.
Have you ever heard of the French painter Jean-Jacques Henner? I have to confess I had not until the museum dedicated to his work reopened in May. Located in his beautiful mansion a short walk away from Parc Monceau, it invites us to step back into 19th-century Paris in an intimate way, as if we … Continue reading Musée Jean-Jacques Henner: a gem near Parc Monceau
It’s Bastille Day in France and the entrance to the Louvre is exceptionally free to celebrate. Today also marks the reopening of the Islamic Art gallery after this spring’s floods. The Louvre is the subject of popular posts on my blog: the Napoleon III rooms and the Ancient Egypt mummies still figure among my most-read … Continue reading The Louvre – A few tips on how to visit the museum
La Fenice was the first place I visited in Venice. It happened to be close to my amazing hotel and since I love going to the opera in Paris, it seemed fitting that I start my tour of the city there. La Fenice a été ma première visite à Venise. Il était proche de mon … Continue reading Opera night in Venice – La Fenice