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Marie Antoinette, metamorphoses of an image

14 December 2019

Intriguing, fascinating, multiple, Queen Marie-Antoinette is one of the rare figures in history whose image has been revised, corrected, reworked over the centuries. Sometimes martyred, sometimes treacherous, sometimes exemplary mother, sometimes lost teenager, she still questions today to the point of having become a true icon. From October 16, 2019 to January 26, 2020, the Conciergerie de Paris sheds light on this multifaceted character during a major exhibition entitled “Marie-Antoinette, Metamorphoses of an Image”. Bringing together nearly 200 works, rare

Ghost – The Musical

11 December 2019

After Chicago’s triumph, discover Ghost, the new musical comedy event of the legendary Théâtre Mogador! This musical, created in 2011 in London, has a great career in the United Kingdom, where each stage of his tour was greeted by an enthusiastic audience, and in the United States. It has also been produced in Russia and more recently in Germany. The musical takes the strong elements of the 1990 film screened by Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze, starting with the song

Van Gogh, The starry night

6 December 2019

The new digital exhibition of the Atelier des Lumières offers an immersion in the paintings of Vincent van Gogh (1852-1890), ignored genius during his lifetime that has upset the painting. Marrying the entire space of the Atelier, this new visual and sound creation, traces the tormented life of the artist, who painted during the last 10 years of his life more than 2000 paintings today scattered throughout the world . Vincent Willem van Gogh was born on March 30, 1853

Charly Chaplin: the orchestra man

30 November 2019

Until January 26, 2020, Charlie Chaplin is honored in an exhibition both instructive and fun at the Philharmonie de Paris. Confronting Chaplin’s cinematic art with numerous works, machines, scores and manuscripts, this exhibition recreates all the “eloquence” of his genius, whose influence extends from the avant-gardes to popular culture. Scrutinizing all that, in her work, makes “noise”, and “speaks” to the eyes as well as to the ear, she shows how the search for a sonorous and musical expression catalyzes

Black Friday

22 November 2019

The term “Black Friday”, used for the first time in the 1950s, originally refers to the day after Thanksgiving because the weekend is extended and roads are crowded with people. The denomination has since been adopted by American brands to mark the beginning of Christmas shopping. Many take advantage of this day to launch sales and news. Thus, the weekend of Black Friday has become the most lucrative of the year in the United States (67.6 billion dollars spent in

To Visit: Basilica of St Denis

18 November 2019

The cathedral basilica Saint-Denis is a Gothic church, located 5km north of Paris in the department of Seine Saint-Denis in the Ile-de-France region. Founded as an abbey, it has the status of cathedral since 1966. The former royal abbey of Saint Denis is associated with the history of the world of the Franks. The abbey church was called “basilica” since the Merovingian period like many other churches. It stands on the site of a Gallo-Roman cemetery, burial place of St.