A virtual journey through the world's greatest Museums : Louvre, MOMA, El Prado , V&A ... A great idea and a way to discover and learn a lot without leaving home.
English Version Samedi dernier nous avons embarqué dans le Bus Palladium pour un road trip envoutant en compagnie de groupe français Cylew. La fin de l’année 2017, marquait la sortie de leur excellent troisième album Mot3l (vous avez pu le découvrir ici) que le trio avait hâte de nous le présenter en live. Lumières tamisées,... Continue Reading →
The most incredible and fantastic exhibition of 2017 was Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable by Damien Hirst at Palazzo Grassi and Punta Della Dogana, in Venice, Italy Conceived as an imaginary journey around a supposed legendary ship wreck discovered buried in the Pacific Ocean in 2008, the exhibition displayed hundreds of amazing objects... Continue Reading →
Fall is here. Winter is not so far. Here some trends seen on Paris streets during the fashion week. Red - it's the color of this season, in total look or not... Dresses, Pants and Boots are the Best! Metallic is everywhere : clothes, shoes, bags... Colours : coats, furs, large, fluid pants are awesome.... Continue Reading →
(EN) This year, it was Olafur Elliason’s turn to accept the invitation to the Palace of Versailles and amaze us with his beautiful artwork installed in the gardens and in the superb rooms of the castle. Waterfalls, mirrors, lights, fog... the Danish- Icelandic artist has designed several poetic and brilliant artworks, a dreamlike universe perfectly... Continue Reading →
(EN) Fashion and technology are totally connected. The amazing exibition Manus x Machina presented at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York explains this very well. Through 170 awesome pieces of haute couture and ready to wear, the exibition is reconciling the hand made with machine made long time opposite. The technologies evolved ,... Continue Reading →
French version - scroll down The beautiful building of Foundation Louis Vuitton, huge space dedicated to contemporary art and designed by the famous American architect, Frank Gehry, gets new skin for few days. The French artist Daniel Buren, presents his grandiose artistic project, 'The Observatory of light', across the emblematic glass elements of the building... Continue Reading →
Rain Rain Rain, since yesterday evening it keeps raining over Paris as the sky had its biggest sorrow and can't stop crying... A thick curtain of grey clouds invaded the sky, and it looks like the sunlight was banished somewhere in space. That's why, I decided to post some sunny pictures taken this summer, hoping... Continue Reading →