“Ocean: Diving into the Unknown”

Jardin des Plantes 36 rue Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Paris, France

“Now in its fifth year, this exhibit unveils the world of stunning creatures and all the biodiversity of the deep”.


Fondation Cartier 261 boulevard Raspail, Paris, France

In this exhibit, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain “echoes the most recent scientific research that sheds new light on trees”.

The Golden Age of English painting

Musée du Luxembourg 19 rue de Vaugirard, Paris, France

This exhibit, composed of masterpieces from the Tate Britain, “highlights a key period in the history of painting in England, from the 1760’s to ca. 1820”. It seeks to create a “panorama demonstrating all of its originality and diversity”.

“From the Douanier Rousseau to Séraphine, The Great Naïve Masters”

Musée Maillol 59-61 Rue de Grenelle, Paris, France

The Musée Maillol pays tribute to the great naïve masters in this exhibit. “Referred to as ‘modern primitives’ by one of their greatest proponents, the art collector and critic Wilhelm Uhde (1874-1947), these artists reinvented painting in their own way, separate from the avant-gardes and academics”.

Francis Bacon: Books and Painting

Centre Pompidou Place George Pompidou, Paris, France

The later works of Francis Bacon, from 1971 to 1992, evoke the painter’s new literary influences. “Powerful voices read aloud the French and English texts of Eschyle, Nietzsche, Bataille, Leiris, Conrad and Eliot. These authors, who all played a role in inspiring Bacon’s works and designs, share a poetic universe, and form a sort of […]

“The figurative Mondrian”

musée Marmottan Monet 2 rue Louis Boilly, Paris, France

The figurative era of Piet Mondrian is revealed in this exhibit, composed of some sixty drawings and paintings from the collection of Salomon B. Slijper. These include landscapes, flowers, and portraits of the artist, best perceived as a colourist and luminist, and not just an abstract painter.

“The Alana Collection: Masterpieces of Italian Painting”

Musée Jacquemart-André 158 boulevard Haussmann, Paris, France

The Musée Jacquemart-André is featuring one of the world’s most valuable and secret private art collections of the Italian Renaissance: the Alana collection (from 13 September 2019 to 20 January 2020). Conserved in the United States, the collection of Alvaro Saieh and Ana Guzmán, or the ‘Alana collection’, is unveiled to the public for the […]

“Degas at the Opera”

Musée d’Orsay 1 rue de la Légion d'Honneur, Paris, France

The Opera de Paris was the favourite subject of Edgar Degas, a French impressionist and naturalist painter; he painted it from many angles between 1860 and his death in 1917. The Musée d’Orsay is dedicating an exhibit to this theme for the first time.

“Grandville and Balzac”

Maison de Balzac 47 rue Raynouard, Paris, France

Balzac, the novelist, and Grandville, the cartoonist, brought together in an exhibit at the Maison de Balzac.


“Charlotte Perriand: Inventing a New World”

Louis Vuitton Foundation 8 avenue du Mahatma Gandhi, Paris, France

On the twentieth anniversary of the architect’s death, the Foundation pays her a tribute through an exhibit “that addresses the connection between art, architecture, and design”.


Al-‘Ula, wonder of Arabia”

Institut du monde Arabe 1 rue des Fossés Saint-Bernard, Paris, France

This exhibit “unveils the fruit of over twenty years of research, revealed to the public for the first time. An invitation to a journey through the millennium, from Antiquity to now, at the heart of a lavish oasis briefly transported to the AWI for an exhibit through modern technology, newly-discovered objects, and the magic of […]

“Toulouse-Lautrec, Resolutely Modern”

Grand Palais 3 avenue du Général Eisenhower, France

The Grand Palais seeks to show that Toulouse-Lautrec was more than just a witness of the Montmartre years through this exhibition, running from 9 October 2019 to 27 January 2020. More than just the frivolous moments of his Belle-Époque, Toulouse-Lautrec wished to paint time, capture duration, find the space-time of an image, and freeze contemporary, […]

“The Sound of Charlie Chaplin”

Philharmonie de Paris 221 avenue Jean Jaurès, Paris, France

In parallel with the tribute to Chaplin at the Philharmonie de Paris, the Musée de la Musique is organising an exhibit from 11 October 2019 to 26 January 2020. Constructed around a circuit of shadow and light, in keeping with Chaplin’s films, the event follows the film genius’ journey through a series of original photos […]

“Vincenzo Gemito”

Petit Palais Avenue Winston Churchill, Paris

One of the strongest personalities of the Italian art world during the late 19th century, Gemito created a wide variety of sculptures and drawings, featuring celebrities such as Verdi as well as average Neapolitan citizens.”


“Hotel Metropolis – Since 1818”

Pavillon de l'arsenal 21 boulevard Morland, Paris, France

“A familiar figure in our towns, with an ancient history in the urban landscape, the hotel is a constantly changing building, created to anticipate societal, economic and cultural evolution. The “Hotel Metropolis – Since 1818” display reveals the history of this building from its birth, paints a picture of the current metropolitan hotel complex, and […]

“Marie-Antoinette, Metamorphoses of an Image”

Conciergerie de Paris 2 boulevard du Palais, Paris

The exhibit unveils the many depictions of the queen across nearly 200 works, historic and contemporary objets d’art and archives, unprecedented interviews, movie clips, and fashion accessories. Some rare, never before seen pieces are waiting to be discovered: archives from her trial, the queen’s last letter, and treasures from the armoire de fer.

El Greco exhibit

Grand Palais 3 avenue du Général Eisenhower, France

The Grand Palais will be dedicating an exhibit to El Greco, the founder of the 16th century Spanish school of painting and a “key figure in the Spanish Golden Age as well as the European Renaissance”. Organised in partnership with the Art Institute of Chicago, this exhibit is the first monographic retrospective dedicated to the […]

“Leonardo da Vinci”

Louvre Museum Pyramide du Louvre, Paris, France

To mark the five-hundredth anniversary of the artist’s death, the Louvre has organised an unprecedented exhibit dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci. This retrospective “will present the results of the most recent research, in connection with the major republication of fundamental documents, as well as the latest scientific studies conducted in laboratories or during recent renovations […]


Exhibition Strikes Iron: The Art of African Blacksmiths

musee du quai branly 37 quai Branly, Paris, France

Nearly 230 exceptional works offer a panorama of the creativity and traditions of this wrought iron technique, which has been practised on this continent for 2500 years.

“Pierre et Gilles, factory of idols”

Philharmonie de Paris 221 avenue Jean Jaurès, Paris, France

A collection of a hundred or so hand-painted photographs by Pierre et Gilles, exhibited for the first time, in a “musical and visual installation that reveals the secrets of their factory of idols”. A jukebox, several hundred items from their workshop, record covers, and video clips complete this unusual exhibit highlighting the love story between […]


Claudia Andujar

Fondation Cartier 261 boulevard Raspail, Paris, France

The work of one of Brazil's greatest photographers is in the spotlight: Claudia Andujar, known for her struggle to defend the rights of the Yanomami Indians of the Amazon.

The Mayfair Antiques & Fine Art Fair

The London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square, Duke Street,, London, Royaume-Uni

In its sixth year, the Mayfair Antiques & Fine Art Fair is an annual event bringing together around 40 exhibitors.


Lord of the Rings screening with live music

Seine musicale Île Seguin, Boulogne-Billancourt, France

85 musicians and 150 chorus singers will be present on-stage to perform the original soundtrack of Peter Jackson’s famous film, live during a screening of “The Fellowship of the Ring”.

“Christian Boltanski –Life in the Making”

Centre Pompidou Place George Pompidou, Paris, France

Composed of roughly fifty of the artist’s works, this exhibit seeks to “measure the breadth and ambition of a half-century of meditation on the function and voice of the artist in our society”.


Paris Men’s Fashion Week

Though the catwalk is reserved for professionals, there are shows happening in the street, especially around the Parisian landmarks, such as the Grand Palais, the Palais Brongniart or the Palais de Tokyo.

Paolo Conte

Olympia 28 boulevard des Capucines, Paris, France

« Icône de la musique italienne, Paolo Conte célèbre sur scène les cinquante ans d'« Azzurro », le premier morceau, interprété à l'époque par Adriano Celentano, qui l'a fait connaître en Italie et dans le monde. »

“A Salute to Style”

Musée de l’Armée 129 rue de Grenelle, Paris, France

The Musée de l’Armée presents 200 exceptional articles of clothing from the military world.


La Fashion Week haute couture

Même si les défilés sont réservés aux professionnels, le show se passe aussi dans la rue, particulièrement autour de hauts lieux parisiens tels que le Grand Palais, le Palais Brongniart ou le Palais de Tokyo.

Gautier Capuçon and Yuja Wang

Philharmonie de Paris 221 avenue Jean Jaurès, Paris, France

“The spirited French cellist and the charismatic Chinese pianist were destined to perform together, and have done so for many years. Two of the most flamboyant stars on the international scene, whose talents come together to make sparks fly and animate their renditions with the greatest intensity.”h

“The Tales of Hoffmann”

Opéra Bastille Place de la Bastille, Paris, France

“Could there be a more lovely tribute to the one who invented fantastic realism in literature than to make him the main character of an opera in which plausibility is banished and the imagination sets its own rules? In Offenbach’s work, Hoffman is depicted as a cursed poet and composer, recalling his memories of love, […]

London Art Fair

Business Design Centre 52 Upper Street, London, United Kingdom

In Islington, the London Art Fair brings together an international body of modern and contemporary artists working in everything from printing to painting to sculpture represented by more than 100 galleries for four days. In addition to the art, the London Art Fair will offer an array of artists talks, screenings, exhibitions, and tours.

“Niels Hansen Jacobsen”

Musée Bourdelle 18 rue Antoine Bourdelle, Paris, France

“The first exhibit in France dedicated to Niels Hansen Jacobsen (1861-1941) will take the visitor to the strange and dreamlike universe of the Danish sculptor and ceramist and contemporary of Bourdelle.”

Spectacle hommage One Night of Queen

Seine musicale Île Seguin, Boulogne-Billancourt, France

« Après le triomphe de la tournée ROCK LEGENDS réunissant sur scène The Doors Alive, Letz Zep et One Night of Queen en début d’année 2019, et devant le succès incontestable et sans précédent du biopick rock, BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY, RICHARD WALTER PRODUCTIONS ne pouvait que répondre à cette ferveur et satisfaire encore et toujours les fans de Freddy Mercury en […]

‘Picasso and Paper’

Royal Academy of Arts Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, United Kingdom

See more than 300 works on paper by Picasso in this upcoming exhibition. From works in progress to finished collages, ‘Picasso and Paper’ shows Picasso’s investigation into the material over the course of decades.

£18 – £22

2020 Hors Pistes Festival

Centre Pompidou Place George Pompidou, Paris, France

The Hors Pistes Festival is returning to the Centre Pompidou from 24 January to 9 February 2020, with an edition dedicated to the People of Images. For 15 years, this free festival has addressed current topics and their echoes in contemporary art, cinema, and philosophy, with screenings, a lovely exhibit, meetings, and more.

The London Symphony Orchestra

Philharmonie de Paris 221 avenue Jean Jaurès, Paris, France

“A prestigious lineup with the new musical director of the London Symphony Orchestra and a titan of the piano. The two partners lend their notoriety to one of Leonard Bernstein's richest works, a secret piano concerto.”

“Etienne Daho”

Olympia 28 boulevard des Capucines, Paris, France

“On the occasion of the re-release of “Eden” in late 2019 (an edition containing rare and unreleased material), Etienne Daho will perform a series of 20 exceptional concerts across France. This 1 hour-15 min show will cover the entire “Eden” album, as well as the “Resurrection” EP (produced with English cult band Saint-Etienne) and the […]

art3f at Paris Expo

Porte de Versailles 1 place de la Porte de Versailles, Paris, France

art3f is a contemporary art fair featuring over a hundred artists and galleries in a 10,000 m² space. It is equally a cultural event offering a variety of entertainment over a 3-day period: a happening zone for kids, a dedicated Street Art space with live performances, and a large bar with kitchen and fine wines.

“Les Souliers Rouges”

Folies Bergère 32 rue Richer, Paris

Marc Lavoine and Fabrice Aboulker’s new show will be presented at the Folies Bergères starting in late January.


Palais Garnier Place de l’Opéra, Paris, France

“A romantic ballet par excellence, “Giselle” marks the height of a new aesthetic. Fluffy tutus, white gauze, tulle and tarlatan dominate the scene. In the fantastical transfiguration of a tragedy, the Willis participate in the illusion of immateriality.”

Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium

Whitechapel Gallery 77-82 Whitechapel High St, London, United Kingdom

Whitechapel presents a body of works by a ‘new generation of artists,’ including Michael Armitage, Cecily Brown, Nicole Eisenman, Sanya Kantarovsky, Tala Madani, Ryan Mosley, Christina Quarles, Daniel Richter, Dana Schutz and Tschbalala Self.

‘Steve McQueen’

Tate Modern Bankside, London, United Kingdom

After 20 years, an exhibition of works by artist Steve McQueen is coming to London. Works of film, sculpture, and photography are represented in 14 major works, including some never before shown in the UK, that span two decades of McQueen’s career.

12 £

Parallax ‘Art’ Fair

Kensington Town Hall Hornton Street, London, United Kingdom

Family-owned, Parallax is run by artists and designers. More than 7,000 items are on view from more around 300 exhibitors. Aiming to let the people make their own judgments on art, Parallax does not offer tours or artists talks that might influence your own thoughts.


‘Masculinities: Liberation through Photography’

Barbican Centre Silk St, London

At a time when gender is being reassessed and reconfigured, this exhibition will look at notions of masculinity and how it has been shaped from the 1960s through today. It will touch on topics of power, patriarchy, perception, toxic masculinity, and queer identity, to name only a few, through more than 50 works by international […]


‘Kehinde Wiley: The Yellow Wallpaper’

William Morris Gallery Lloyd Park, Forest Road, Walthamstow, London, United Kingdom

In 2018, New York-based artist Kehinde Wiley became a household art world name when he painted the official portrait of then US president Barack Obama. With ‘The Yellow Wallpaper,’ visitors will see works in Wiley’s vibrant style that feature women he met in Dalston.


‘Nicoleas Maes: Dutch Master of the Golden Age’

The National Gallery Trafalgar Square, London, United Kingdom

Nicoleas Maes’ works portray 17th century Dutch domestic life in a manner that allows you to go behind the scenes, so to speak, of the hustle and bustle of a functioning home. Having begun painting biblical and historical scenes, Maes ultimately focused on day-to-day life becoming one of the most well-known Dutch artists. More than […]



On the occasion of the release of her 14th opus entitled Madame X, Madonna chose the Grand Rex for her grand return to the capital. The queen of pop, with her 40-year career and 300 million albums sold, is due to give a series of 10 exceptional concerts at the famous Parisian venue.

‘British Surrealism’

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road, London, United Kingdom

When discussing surrealism, Britain isn’t usually your first thought. However, this exhibition will ask guests to reconsider after they’re presented with more than 70 artworks by more than 40 artists ranging from Francis Bacon to Henry Moore. ‘British Surrealism’ also coincides with the 100th anniversary of the birth of surrealist movement.

8£ – 16.50£

Neurons: Simulated Intelligences

Centre Pompidou Place Georges-Pompidou, Paris, France

The exhibition "Neurons, simulated intelligences" underlines the continuity of research by artists, architects, designers and musicians with that developed by the major scientific laboratories or those of the industrial world. Within the framework of "Mutations/Creations".

Christian Louboutin

Palais de la porte dorée 293 avenue Daumesnil, Paris, France

"Conceived as an invitation to plunge into the teeming universe of Christian Louboutin, the exhibition explores all the facets of an inspiration with multiple references, in a place that is dear to the creator and which saw the birth of his vocation".

‘David Hockney: Drawing From Life’

National Portrait Gallery St Martin's Place, London, United Kingdom

With works ranging from the 1950s to today, this exhibition highlights works Hockney, well, created from life. Works include self-portraits and depictions of a handful of sitters, including his mother, Laura Hockney, friend and curator Gregory Evans, and muse, Celia Birtwell. Roughly 150 works chart Hockney’s artistic course and includes a series of new portraits.

£17 – £20


Musée Marmottan Monet 2 Rue Louis Boilly, Paris, France

For the first time the work of the Aixois will be compared with masterpieces by the greatest Italian masters from the 16th to the 19th century. Thus an exceptional selection of Cézanne's paintings, including the iconic Montagne Sainte-Victoire, the must-see Pastoral and still-life paintings, will face a rare collection of ancient paintings by Tintoretto, Le […]

The Fashion week

Women's Fall-Winter 2020-2021 Haute Couture Collection. Fashion shows will take place all over Paris.

‘Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk’

V&A Museum Cromwell Road, London, United Kingdom

Continuing in the theme of fashion, the V&A will exhibit the kimono and its historical and current significance to Japan, the rest of the world, and fashion.



OneRépublic, nominated for the GRAMMY Awards, has announced a series of intimate European shows that will take place in early spring 2020.

‘Aubrey Beardsley’

Tate Britain Millbank, London, United Kingdom

A draughtsman and an illustrator whose life and career were cut short, Aubrey Beardsley was nothing short of shocking to his late-Victorian counterparts. His black and white prints were provocative and at Tate Britain, more than 200 of Beardsley’s works will be on view.


Paris Manga

Porte de Versailles 1 place de la Porte de Versailles, Paris, France

The Festival Paris Manga & Sci-fi Show 2020 will take place from Saturday 7 March 2020 to Sunday 8 March 2020 in Paris - Paris Expo Porte De Versailles. On the program of the Festival Paris Manga & Sci-fi Show 2020, discover many artists in Paris.

Journeys around the Mediterranean

Atelier des Lumières 38 Rue Saint-Maur, Paris, France

This exhibition offers a touring itinerary from Impressionism to modernity. After Van Gogh, this new digital exhibition reveals the link between artistic creation and the Mediterranean shores, the major basins of modernity. An immersion in the masterpieces of some twenty artists: Renoir, Monet, Pissarro, Matisse, Signac, Derain, Vlaminck, Dufy, Chagall…

‘Cecil Beaton’s Bright Young Things’

National Portrait Gallery St Martin's Place, London, United Kingdom

As we enter the roaring twenties of the 22nd century, take a look back at the twenties and thirties through the lens of British photographer Cecil Beaton. ‘Bright Young Things’ traces Beaton’s life and career from life as a middle-class child to sought-after photographer. The exhibition will feature works by artists like Rex Whistler, Henry […]

17£ – 20£

Affordable Art Fair

Evolution London Queenstown Road, London, United Kingdom

Located in Battersea Park, the Affordable Art Fair is exactly that: a fair that most anyone can find something affordable. With more than 100 international galleries represented, this fair offers works by contemporary artists priced between £100 and $6,000.

9£ – 27£

‘Andy Warhol’

Tate Modern Bankside, London, United Kingdom

Coming back to Tate after nearly two decades, more than 100 works will feature in the self-tiled exhibition of works by Andy Warhol. Among those will be some of Warhol’s most iconic images including prints of Marilyn Monroe, Elvis, Coca-Cola bottles, and Campbell soup cans.


Destination Nature

Porte de Versailles 1 place de la Porte de Versailles, Paris, France

For 4 days, the Porte de Versailles Exhibition Centre will host the Destinations Nature exhibition, dedicated to hiking enthusiasts. Looking for ideas for your next trail race? Looking for equipment? You will find answers to your questions at one of the invited exhibitors, at one of the conferences or by visiting the exhibitions held on […]


La Villette 211 avenue Jean Jaurès, Paris, France

Theatre, dance..., the festival 100% brings together creations never seen before in France to be discovered in the different spaces of La Villette (Grande Halle, Pavillon Villette...).

France-Ireland Six Nations Tournament

Europe's best nations meet in the traditional VI Nations Tournament. England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Italy and France will face each other for five weeks.

Circulations Festival


The new talents of the European photography scene meet at the Centquatre for the festival Circulation(s). A real springboard for young photographers, this festival concentrates contemporary creativity and makes it accessible to visitors. Bringing together professionalism, passion and talent, Circulation(s) attracts both the general public of art lovers and the greatest photographers.


Pioneer of the English Trip-Hop scene with 8 albums to his credit, selling more than 10 million copies, Morcheeba is back on stage in Paris.

‘Titian: Love, Desire, Death’

The National Gallery Trafalgar Square, London, United Kingdom

Six large-scale paintings were commissioned by Prince Phillip of Spain in 1551 that chronicled the myths of love, temptation, and punishment. Today, those paintings are spread across four countries, but ‘Love, Desire, Death,’ will make for a once in a lifetime experience as five of the six paintings will come together at the National Gallery […]

8£ – 12£

The Open Art Fair

Duke of York Square King's Road, London, United Kingdom

Unlike a number of fairs in the art world, the Open Art Fair encompasses a wide range of objects from antiquities to contemporary art. Boasting thousands of items by a number of inter-disciplinary dealers in Chelsea, attendees are privy to an impressive collection of works to consider, ‘superb cocktails and delicious artisanal food.’

Christo and Jeanne Claude

Centre Pompidou Place Georges-Pompidou, Paris, France

While Christo's artistic project is to "package" the Arc de Triomphe in September 2020, the Centre Pompidou is dedicating an exhibition to the visual artist couple Christo and Jeanne-Claude (from 18 March to 15 June 2020) known as Christo, focusing on their installations and monumental urban Parisian works created between 1958 and 1964.

Mario Luraschi : Fascination

Palais des Sports 34 boulevard Victor, Paris, France

For the first time, the man-band of the horse Mario Luraschi is back on stage. This show crowns 50 years of equestrian career: on a 1000m² stage with his troop of 15 riders, the artist takes us on a journey through time, his history of the horse, the great frescoes of the cinema and the […]

Don Giovanni

Palais Garnier Place de l'Opéra, Paris, France

Don Giovanni tells the universal story of Don Juan, whose aim is to submit all women to his desire. The show, directed by Ivo van Hove, puts the spectators in a position of permanent questioning in relation to the myth of the seducer.

The Big Blue

Congrès de Paris 2 place de la Porte Maillot, Paris, France

The Big blue, a cult film by the famous French director Luc Besson, is in concert at the Palais des Congrès in Paris as part of a first-ever tour of France, Switzerland and Belgium. For the occasion, Eric Serra and his musicians invite spectators to rediscover this essential work, released on screens a little over […]

James Tissot

Musée d'Orsay 1 rue de la Légion d'Honneur, Paris, France

At the Musée d'Orsay, an exceptional retrospective dedicated to James Tissot (from March 24 to July 19, 2020) promises to create the event. Between worldly portraits, contemporary scenes and biblical illustrations, the work of the painter of the second half of the 19th century promises to be a major exhibition of the year.

The Seven Deadly Sins

théâtre du Châtelet 1 place du Châtelet, Paris, France

More than forty years after being created by Pina Bausch and ten years after her death, two ballets by the German dancer are performed at the Théâtre du Châtelet. Historical and younger dancers, all from Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, give a powerful interpretation of "The Seven Deadly Sins" and her suite "Fürchtet euch nicht", accompanied […]

Salon du dessin

Palais Brongniart 28 place de la Bourse, Paris, France

The Salon du Dessin is once again taking over the Palais Brongniart to introduce the general public to the world of collector's drawings. Thanks to the presence of numerous French and foreign galleries, this unique Parisian event unveils a wide selection of works on paper.


Grand Palais 3 avenue du Général Eisenhower, Paris, France

Through an immersive tour, the public is invited to enter the heart of one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the programme, 3D projection, sound and visual effects allow the reconstruction of the ancient city, the urban effervescence of the time and to experience […]

Contemporary Art Fair Paris

Porte de Versailles 1 place de la Porte de Versailles, Paris, France

With more than 80 international galleries selected for their freshness, originality and choice of artists, Contemporary Art Fair Paris is at the crossroads of current trends in contemporary art by offering works that are affordable and accessible to all. From a few hundred euros to more expensive pieces, art is no longer the preserve of […]

Maxime Vengerov

Philharmonie de Paris 221 avenue Jean Jaurès, Paris, France

Brahms's three Sonatas for Violin and Piano, each with its own specific character, are among the must-haves of the genre. Maxim Vengerov's princely bow, accompanied by Rustem Saitkulov, exalts their splendours.

The Throne Fair


Young and old come to have fun in the spring and discover or rediscover the 350 or so attractions on more than 10 hectares, at the Reuilly lawn, the oldest fun fair in France.

Color Run Paris

The concept of The Color Run™ is unique: a colourful 5 kilometre race through the streets of Paris. At the end of the race, all the participants of the Color Run gather for a group color throw with non-stop music on stage provided by DJs.


Musée Picasso 5 rue de Thorigny, Paris, France

In March, Pablo Picasso is honoured in three exhibitions: Picasso Comics and Picasso Poet presented at the Picasso Museum unveil two lesser-known facets of the artist's work: his passion for the world of comics and his poetic writings.

Soy de Cuba

Casino de Paris 16 rue de Clichy, Paris, France

The Casino de Paris creates the event by programming the Cuban musical Soy de Cuba, retracing the true story of Ayala Yanetsy Morejon. Ayala lives modestly in her parents' tobacco plantation, but dreams of conquering Havana through dance; one day, she leaves with only the address of the Soy de Cuba club in her pocket.

Paris Fair

Porte de Versailles 1 place de la Porte de Versailles, Paris, France

Every year, in the spring, the Parc des Expositions at the Porte de Versailles hosts the Paris Fair. This unmissable event, unique in Europe, attracts thousands of visitors during the fortnight. It gives pride of place to gastronomy and world cultures, but also to innovation, for which a Grand Prix is awarded.

Drawing Now Art Fair Paris

Carreau de Temple 4 rue Eugène Spuller, Paris, France

For 4 days, the Drawing now fair brings together 75 art galleries at the Carreau du Temple to draw up a panel representative of the diversity of the world of contemporary drawing.

35th Martial Arts Festival

AccorHotels Arena 8 Boulevard de Bercy, Paris, France

More than 300 experts, grand masters and champions, all disciplines combined, from the four corners of the world offer an exceptional martial arts show lasting more than 3 hours.

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