Category Archive: Culture

‘Passages’ exhibition (Paris)

The Maison Européenne de la Photographie (MEP) is currently hosting a retrospective of Bruno Barbey’s fascinating photography. The exhibition “Passages” presents 55 years of photography and 150 of his photos, both colour and black &… Continue reading

Salt Mine of Wieliczka (Kraków)

Wieliczka Salt Mine is definitely a must-see when visiting Krakow in Poland. I was blown away by this both unusual and impressive place. The underground mine and its 300 corridors and 300 chambers operated… Continue reading

Whitney Museum of American Art (New York)

The Whitney Museum of American Art — known as “The Whitney” — has reopened its doors in May 2015, after having been closed for renovation. Focusing on 20th- and 21st-century American art, the… Continue reading

‘Here Today’ Exhibition (London)

Here Today exhibition, The Old Sorting Office, 21-33 New Oxford Street, London WC1 A major art exhibition is currently held at London’s Old Sorting Office, a gigantic space that has previously hosted events like… Continue reading

Villa del Este (Rome)

This is not the first thing you think about when you go to visit Rome, yet Villa del Este really deserves a detour to Tivoli, a charming small town located one-hour drive from… Continue reading

Rendez-vous with Paris (Paris)

Do you wish to discover the amazing city of Paris? The authentic Paris? Your unique solution: Rendez-Vous With Paris! The founders are two great young entrepreneurs literally in love with the French capital who decided– thankfully for… Continue reading

Red Town Art center (Shanghai)

Characterized by its historic industrial architecture, Red Town is one of the most famous cultural and artistic sites of the city, incorporating Shanghai’s center of urban sculpture s well as bars, cafes, restaurants, studios,… Continue reading

Cenquatre (Paris)

Centquatre is a Parisian cultural center that was built from the former funeral home at 104 rue d’Aubervilliers. Since its opening in 2011, the venue has reinvented itself to become a residential & production… Continue reading

La Coulée Verte (Paris)

  Located in the 12th district, the “coulée verte” or “green corridor” has been smartly built along the Vincennes old railway line and is a true breath of fresh air away from the din… Continue reading

‘The Happy Show’ exhibition (Paris)

‘The Happy Show’, Gaîté lyrique, 3bis rue Papin 75003 – from November 28 2013 to March 9 2014 A fun and unusual exhibition is currently held in the Marais, offering visitors a chance to get out… Continue reading

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