The Portuguese visual artist Joana Vasconcelos has been exhibited at the Palace of Versailles, the Venice Biennale and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. At the start of 2019 she will be the guest of the Bon Marché department store.
From February 6th to May 6th, the Centre Georges Pompidou is presenting a retrospective - the first in 50 years - dedicated to the Hungarian-French artist who is regarded as the father of OpArt, Victor Vasarely.
The Parisian winter brings with it a yearning for the flavours of the north. Now that the season has spread its frosty blanket over the capital, the Burgundy has decided to fully embrace the arctic ambiance! Thus, the patio has become a boreal forest between the white birch trunks and deep green fir tree branches of which we now enjoy the delicious specialties of the northlands.
Since December, the famous jewellery house has opened its doors again between the beautiful walls of the Hôtel de Nocé, at number 26 Place Vendôme, where the founder Frédéric Boucheron opened his boutique in 1893 to become the first jeweller to settle in the renowned square.
In 1918, Gabrielle Chanel opened her shop at 31 Rue Cambon. 100 years later, at number 19 in the same street, a new space of 5 floors and 1500 m2 has been opened to present, in stunningly pure and elegant surroundings, the world of the famous brand.
Frost, crystals, cinnamon and candles; you are at the Burgundy! At the end of the year, the Burgundy wears its winter finery. A delight for the eyes that quickly becomes a feast for the taste buds when northern delicacies and tasty Christmas logs make their appearance.