Through April 30
Festival 100% spotlights up-and-coming artists across a range of disciplines.
La Villette, Paris
Through June 4
Three refugees from Ukraine serve up their country’s traditional dishes at Daniel Rose’s restaurant La Bourse et la Vie, renamed La Borscht et La Vie for the occasion, with a portion of proceeds going to charities supporting victims of the conflict.
La Bourse et la Vie, Paris
Art Paris is back for its 24th edition, with a range of exhibitions and artists from across the country.
Grand Palais Ephémère, Paris
The return of a monthly street-food pop-up, Le Food Market, where entry is free and dishes cost a maximum of €10.
23 Rue Boyer, Paris
Filmmakers from around the world are spotlighted at ÉCU – The European Independent Film Festival.
Les 7 Parnassiens, Paris
The history of the iconic Parisian landmark, from its construction in the middle ages to the 2019 fire, chronicled in augmented reality. Reservation required.
Collège des Bernardins, Paris
April 14-August 21
For Pop Air, the artworks of 15 international artists are blown up and made inflatable for visitors young and old to enjoy. In collaboration with the Balloon Museum in Rome. Above: One of the inflatable works, Cupid’s Koi Garden by ENESS ©
La Villette, Paris
The 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair will present the work of 50 artists from Africa and the African diaspora.
Through May 19
The thinktank Forum Vie Mobile presents The Lives We Lead, a photography collection documenting the changing, in-motion lives of a diverse range of people living across France.
Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris
Corcondan(s)e puts together choreographers with writers to produce original performance pieces from scratch.
Various locations, France
Through April 10
PAD, the world’s first design fair when founded in 1998, is still going strong.
Jardin des Tuileries, Paris
Through June 21
Le Mois du Dessin becomes Le Printemps du Dessin: exhibitions and workshops highlighting this simple and accessible art form will take place across the country.
Various venues, France
Through May 22
The first Festival Jeu de Paume is a multidisciplinary exhibition with photography, video installations, sculpture and performances.
Jeu de Paume, Paris
Help save the environment by recycling stuff at the Giant Free Troc Party swap event. Online registration (required) opens on March 31 at noon.
Maison des Acteurs du Paris Durable, Paris
The Festival du Livre brings together publishers, authors and book lovers.
Grand Palais Éphémère, Paris
Through May 29
The Festival Circulation(s) features the work of emerging photographers.
Through June 16
To celebrate the one-hundredth anniversary of the publication of James Joyce‘s novel, Shakespeare and Company is holding a series of online readings.
Shakespeare and Company, Paris
Lost in Frenchlation presents Ils Sont Vivants, followed by a Q&A with director Jérémie Elkaïm.
A crowdfunding campaign is underway to help save the Musée de l’Éventail, Paris’s museum of fans and fan-making.