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February 2016

Parisian News

Béatrice Delamotte

To fight against rain and wind, we are offering you cultural activities this week. Towards Bercy Village to follow the Parisian adventures of Elyx, unless you prefer to dip in the universe of star duo Le Riche-Costa, or to follow the path designed by Maurice Renoma in the Marais. Before preparing for a unique concert of Charles X at the Paris Peninsula. We also invite you to dive in the heart of Korean cuisine, hunt antique furniture and design objects at Drouot, refuel with exceptional groceries before making a break in the first after-skiing station in the capital. Happy Paris!

  • "24 hours in Paris with Elyx" at Bercy Village

    The artist YAK, well known by Instagrammers for his little character he draws in a notebook and then inserts into landscapes, is exhibited at Bercy Village. Elyx, virtual ambassador of the COP 21, leads visitors through his discovery of the capital and his adventures staggered through thirty large-format photographs. As many snapshots of Parisian life as staging filled with humor, positive thoughts and good humor.
    Until the 29th of May. B.D. www.bercyvillage.com

  • "Stars - Nicolas Le Riche and Clairemarie Osta, a contemporary history of classical dance" at the Elephant Paname

    For its first exhibition of the year, Elephant Paname puts light on the lives of two of the greatest dancers of the Paris Opera, the mythical couple Nicolas Le Riche and Clairemarie Osta. To discover and go through the magnificent star duo’s legendary career, a unique collection of works: photographs and films take you from rehearsals to stage performances. A journey complemented by costumes and accessories, as well as paintings and works belonging to them. A dive into the world of classical dance, as mysterious as magic.
    Until the 29th of May. B.D. www.elephantpaname.com

  • "Maurice Renoma, Back to basics" in the Marais

    For the first time, Maurice Renoma exhibits in the heart of Paris, the cradle of his history. Raised close to the Carreau du Temple, there began his creative career and, from 1990, takes a new form of expression, photogaphy. He looks back on his artistic path and presents Back to basics, a path that illustrates his passion for pictures and honors the neighborhood where he grew up. Almost a quarter century of photographs exhibited in a retrospective of over hundred works in seven emblematic places of the Marais.
    Until the 25th of March. B.D. www.renoma-paris.com

  • Suite No. 7 at the Paris Peninsula

    Assuming that rock and roll was born in a hotel room, Suite No. 7 offers private concerts every month in French palaces. For the next session, to be held on February 17th, the Peninsula Paris is welcoming Charles X for a live concert. To hope to be able to attend, only one solution: check out the Facebook page of Suite No. 7 and win tickets. B.D.

  • Take a trip to Korea at the Bekseju Village

    Married to a Korean, Laurent Meuret is an inspired restaurant chef and the Bekseju Village offers a real dive in the heart of Korean soul. Here, refined atmosphere and minimalist decor are the setting for authentic cuisine – the whole kitchen team is Korean – tasty and (sometimes strongly) spicy. All the gastronomy classics are here, minute-made. They go perfectly with the superb bekseju collection, the iconic Korean beverage made from fermented rice wine and complemented with herbs. Either we prefer the small tables by the window or the large guest table, service is charming and the host is attentive to every need of its customers. A real nice place to escape. B.D.

  • My Saturday at Drouot

    For this new edition of “My Saturday at Drouot ‘, the auction room gives carte blanche to Elisa Bailly. This interior designer creates dreamy universe like those found in fine books. Graphic designer that moved towards space staging, she loves to stroll in exhibition rooms and indulge in some of the decorative items put up for sale every first Saturday of the month. Three sales will mark the day (morning show) with furniture and art objects, design objects but also vintage fashion items. B.D.

  • Café Altitude, the first after-skiing resort in Paris

    Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, the Café A is transformed into Café Altitude for a season. A different « after-skiing » resort where everyone puts on their best winter outfits to come enjoy the outdoor party. After some gourmet treats, we get lost in the snowy forest to reach the vodka bar. When leaving, we visit the “leboncoin » cabin where everything is for sale. A place to hunt, drink, have dinner, dance in the chairlifts or take a chairlift to reach the summit. B.D.

  • La Grande Epicerie launches its own brand

    Lovers of exceptional products and faithful to Bon Marché, the most exclusive and chic Parisian grocery store launches its own range of products. Born from the expertise of the Grand Epicerie and one of the best French and international craftsmen, the brand includes savory, sweet, fresh and luxury products to transform any moment into a gourmet break. In total, over 350 references for now and almost five times more this summer, will delight gourmets in search of exceptional products. B.D.

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