Flash News ART

March 30, 2009 | By Paris Update | What's New Art & Culture

SERAPHINE ON SHOW The success of the biopic Séraphine, winner of this year’s César award for best film and six other prizes, has aroused curiosity about the work of the painter it is based on, a housemaid named Séraphine Louis. … Read More

ART FAIRS

March 24, 2009 | By Paris Update | What's New Art & Culture

ART FAIRS Slick Dessin March 28-30 Atelier Richelieu 60, rue Richelieu, 75002 Paris Métro: Bourse Salon du Dessin March 25-30 Palais de la Bourse Place de la Bourse, 75002 Paris Métro: Bourse Salon du Dessin Contemporain March 26-29 Carreau du … Read More

Flash News ART

March 17, 2009 | By Paris Update | What's New Art & Culture

ARTPARIS The artparis modern and contemporary art fair opens tomorrow, March 19 and runs through March 23, with 115 French and foreign galleries under the gorgeous glass dome of the Grand Palais. Some of the best work this year is … Read More

Flash News ART

March 17, 2009 | By Paris Update | What's New Art & Culture

ARTPARIS The artparis modern and contemporary art fair opens tomorrow, March 19 and runs through March 23, with 115 French and foreign galleries under the gorgeous glass dome of the Grand Palais. Some of the best work this year is … Read More

SUNDAY SONGS

March 4, 2009 | By Paris Update | What's New Art & Culture

SUNDAY SONGS Alexandre (Castagnetti) and Clément (Marchand), two scruffy, good-natured thirty-something French musicians, have won the hearts of the French with their Chansons du Dimanche, bouncy, humorous songs composed and recorded on Saturday – often while the pair sits cross-legged … Read More

Anis

January 17, 2006 | By Heidi Ellison | What's New Art & Culture

Sweet Sounds of the Suburban Melting Pot Something new for la chanson française. The young singer/songwriter Anis Kachohi may have been born and bred in a Paris suburb, but he is no car-burning delinquent, as the media would have us … Read More

Diana Hamilton

December 6, 2005 | By Heidi Ellison | What's New Art & Culture

A long road from the Bahamas to the French airwaves for Diana Hamilton. A month or so ago, listeners to the radio station FIP (FM 105.1) – famed for its mix of musical styles, soft-voiced female announcers and blessed lack … Read More