FIAC: Contemporary International Art Fair

A photo diary from

Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain (FIAC)

Grand Palais and Petit Palais

FIAC, Paris

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A Weekend in Kassel: Documenta 14

A photo diary from Kassel, Germany

Documenta 14 curated by Adam Szymczyk

The Parliament of Bodies at Documenta 14, Kassel
The Parliament of Bodies: The Strategy of Joy

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Museums and Galleries in Paris to Visit All Year Long

Unless you’re like me, you probably don’t organise your holidays around art exhibitions. Which means, it can be a bit of a gamble what you might see when you finally arrive at an art gallery or museum. I find nothing more frustrating than discovering that an exhibition I would have been interested in seeing finished the day before I arrive, or starts the day after I leave a city. But luckily, no matter what exhibition is on, there are some museums in Paris that are worth visiting all year round. Whether it be stunning architecture or impressive permanent collections, these museums never fail to impress!

For all the architecture nerds out there, Centre Pompidou was designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers and is a prime example of ‘constructivist’ architecture. The skeleton of the building is exposed, revealing all of its inner structure, functions and mechanics. Visitors zig-zag their way up the building via the external escalator.

Centre Pompidou, Paris
Centre Pompidou
Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris
Fondation Louis Vuitton

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Two Weeks in Florence: Ytalia – Energy Thought Beauty

A photo diary from Florence

Ytalia: Energy Thought Beauty: It’s all connected

Florence, Italy

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A Week in Venice: 57th Biennale di Venezia

A photo diary from Venice

The 57th Biennale di Venezia:

Viva Arte Viva curated by Christine Macel

Venice, Italy

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Summer Art Exhibitions in Paris


It’s August, and while most of the French are going on summer holidays, there’s still plenty to do in Paris. Cafés and shops may close, but many of the city’s art galleries and museums remain open. The mass exodus of Parisians during the summer holidays means there are often less crowds, making it the perfect time to take in some art. Enjoy the empty city – and air conditioning! – while exploring some of the artistic offerings this summer in Paris.


Guy Bourdin at Maison Chloe

© The Guy Bourdin Estate 2017 / Courtesy of Louise Alexander Gallery

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