Category Archives: contemporary art

Paris Lit Up Magazine N°4- Call for submissions!

Early submissions free from 01 March to 31 March 2016* http://submissions.parislitup.com Transgressive voices crossing national borders and breaking traditional lines, mestizo origins and citizens of the world narrating unique experiences: Paris Lit Up n°4 is looking for transcultural expressions that … Continue reading

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"Take Me (I’m Yours)" exhibition

Go see an exhibition, take a piece of it home. That’s pretty much the concept of “Take Me (I’m Yours)” currently showing at the Monnaie de Paris, France’s national mint. Visitors are invited to touch, move around, swap and pocket … Continue reading

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Is this the death of Dénoyez?

The rue Dénoyez can be found just up from the buzzing Belleville metro in Paris’ 20th arrondissement. But it might not be there much longer, because the famous street-of-street-art is being threatened by a redevelopment plan… photo by Akuppa John Wigham … Continue reading

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Culture on the rails – La Halle Pajol

The 18th arrondissement in Paris is so much more than the Sacré Coeur! From the arty 104 to the delicious Marché Olive, the Town Hall has been investing money in previously run-down areas and encouraging the creation of vibrant cultural … Continue reading

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La Cartoucherie de Vincennes

The Cartoucherie de Vincennes is a collection of 7 theatres, all located in and around an old ammunition factory in the Bois de Vincennes. Surrounded by trees, you walk under the old factory sign and enter a large cobbled courtyard … Continue reading

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Le 104 (CentQuatre) – cultural and urban art space in Paris

(photo by dalbera) You’ll find the cultural centre “le 104” (CentQuatre) in Paris’ 19th arrondissement, an area which is being increasingly gentrified following considerable government investment. The centre was opened in 2008 on the site of a former undertakers…Don’t worry, the architects chose … Continue reading

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Contemporary arts festival in Paris

photograph of the Festival d’autome 2006 by Jean-Pierre Dalbéra Ignore the rain and drizzle that Paris falls victim to in the Autumn and Winter months. Have you heard of the Festival d’automne? It’s an annual international contemporary arts festival, held from September … Continue reading

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