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5 things you didn’t know about the Louvre

5 things you didn’t know about the Louvre

The Louvre Museum is one of the most famous, yet most visited art institutions in the world. It is an iconic and fascinating building that houses some of the greatest European artworks ever created. So iconic that it has seen a myriad of prestigious directors,...

Abu Dhabi: cultural sites not to be missed

Abu Dhabi: cultural sites not to be missed

As the Louvre Abu Dhabi celebrates its fifth anniversary, we couldn't miss the opportunity to introduce you to the must-see cultural sites during your visit to the United Arab Emirates. Discover them soon! The Louvre Abu Dhabi To all lords, all honor. We start our...

The Hangar Y art center reopens its doors

The Hangar Y art center reopens its doors

After having been built for the Paris World Fair of 1878 and then left abandoned for nearly 70 years, Hangar Y reopened its doors on October 20. For the event, an exceptional program was set up by Art Explora, with artists like Carl Craig or Yoann Bourgeois. Back on...

Yoann Bourgeois, a player at the service of Living Art

Yoann Bourgeois, a player at the service of Living Art

« My work does not stop, because I try to be in a permanent process of creation ». Yoann Bourgeois devotes his life to Living Art. Dancer, choreographer, circus artist, director, acrobat... The creativity of the man who defines himself as "a player" seems to have no...

The artist Dinh Q. Lê

The artist Dinh Q. Lê

A Vietnamese-American nationalized artist, Dinh Q. Le has an extensive list of outstanding photographic works to his credit. His unparalleled photographic weaving technique has made him a prolific figure in the Vietnamese artistic landscape. Let's discover the artist...

Back to school 2021: the plays to see in Paris

Back to school 2021: the plays to see in Paris

After months of closure, theaters are slowly reopening their doors to the delight of fans and enthusiasts, like Marc Ladreit de Lacharrière, who is also the owner of many Parisian theaters. Great classics, comedies, dramas, improvisation... The program will delight...

The great wave of Kanagawa

The great wave of Kanagawa

An emblematic and symbolic work that has long been engraved in the memory of Japan and consequently in that of Asia, the Great Wave of Kanagawa is a phenomenal artistic work created by the masterful hand of Katsushika Hokusai, a Japanese artist whose reputation is...

Hugues Lallemand, the life and work of the sculptor

Hugues Lallemand, the life and work of the sculptor

French sculptor born before 1520, Hugues Lallemand, also called Huguet or sometimes Hugues Lallemant, lived all his life in Châlons-en-Champagne where he died in 1570. This particularly prolific sixteenth century French sculptor is the author of the wooden panels of...

Thierry Bisch, contemporary artist of the animal cause

Thierry Bisch, contemporary artist of the animal cause

A priori, nothing predisposed Thierry Bisch to a career of artist, if it is not a great grandfather painter, Louis Janmot. Born in 1953 in Strasbourg in a family of industrialists, the painter known worldwide for his animal portraits discovers the work of his...