For the last three Junes, Refugee Food Festival, restaurants in Paris and around the world have invited refugee chefs into their kitchens to concoct specialties from their home countries. This year, the Refugee Food Festival Kitchen has been producing meals for essential workers and vulnerable people during the COVID-19 crisis; consider making a donation at the above link.
Various locations, Paris
Through July 14
The spectacular Jardin d’Albert-Khan, just outside Paris, is offering free entry to its six theme gardens Tuesday-Sunday. Online reservations required.
An exhibition of photos by a man better known as a fashion designer, “Manfred Thierry Mugler Photographe,” is being held in the covered passageways Bercy Village.
Bercy Village, Paris
Throughout the summer
The Domaine Saint-Cloud presents a summer of outdoor events designed to be safe and enjoyable in this unusual summer.
Parc de Saint Cloud
The Wallonie-Bruxelles Cultural Centre presents Festival (((Interférences))), exploring the relations between a range or contemporary sound art forms, from podcasts to radiophonic fictions.
Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles, Paris
July 15-August 30
The Cinémathèque Français reopens at last with Révisions Nos Classiques, a retrospective of classic films in 35mm.
Cinémathèque Française, Paris
Through July 26
The Festival Circulation(s) features the work of emerging photographers. Visit the website to book a slot to attend exhibition.
July 15-August 11
The official biannual six-week sales period.