What's on in Paris

Paris is one of the most entertaining cities in world. With endless museum exhibits, shows, restaurants and river cruises, there is something for everyone to enjoy day and night.

Paris is known for its world renowned cabarets, like Moulin Rouge, Paradis Latin and Crazy Horse however new small venues are popping up where you can discover new gastronomic and cocktail trends.

You can also enjoy movies at Paris' most famous cinema, the Rex or dance shows and musicals at the Folies Bergeres, Theatre de Chatelet and other lesser known venues where without having to worry about not speaking French.

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Aesthetic surprises at the Delacroix

January 11, 2018 to April 2, 2018  Musée National Eugène-Delacroix

This exhibition highlights the close links existing between artistic representations and our contemporary world, between artworks and the issues at stake in our world. A unique visit to the Musée Delacroix encouraging discussions and debates, as well as promising aesthetic surprises and new discoveries.

Works by Camille Claudel

9 January - 11 February 2018 Orsay Museum

Sculptures, produced in Camille Claudel’s studio, trace the better part of her career as of 1881 when she studied under Alfred Boucher in Paris. This was followed by her encounter with Auguste Rodin, leading to their love affair and Claudel’s admission to the master’s studio in 1884, which marked the start of a period of mutual enrichment. The two artists drifted apart after 1893, before finally separating in 1898. Claudel moved into her studio on Quai Bourbon in 1899, before succumbing to mental health problems in 1909. Recently, purhased at Auction by the Frnch State.

Degas to Redon - The art of the Pastel

15 September 2017 to 08 April 2018 Petit Palais

The majority of the pieces on display date from 1850 to 1914 and illustrate the resurgence of pastel in the second half of the 19th century. For the first time, 150 pastels will offer the collection’s best paintings in an exhaustive overview of the main artistic currents of the second half of the 19th-century, from Impressionism to Symbolism. Including the works of Morisot, Renoir, Gauguin, Mary Cassatt, Degas; along with symbolist artists such as Levy-Dhurmer, Leandre, Redon; and society painters such as Tissot, and Prouve.