Nuit Blanche 2009

September 29, 2009By Paris UpdateWhat's New Potpourri



This year’s Nuit Blanche (Oct. 3), an all-night contemporary art experience held in various locations around Paris, promises to resolve some of the problems and annoyances of previous ones. Installations will be placed in parks, allowing space for more visitors at once and hopefully avoiding long lines. The most spectacular may be the world’s largest disco ball, which will hang above the pool in the center of the Luxembourg Garden, but the Buttes Chaumont Park will also be open all night long. Some cafés and restaurants will also stay open, offering sustenance and warmth for promeneurs who have sorely missed them during past Nuits Blanches. For the full program, click here.


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