How to become Parisian in one hour Learning to be Parisian through comedy
As tourists there are some quirks we have all noticed among the Parisians...Olivier Giraud has too noticed that the Parisian are unique in the behaviour. Having observed for himself the tourists of all nationalities in Paris, he decided to not shy away from the hard-hitting questions of how one becomes a real Parisian. It is not an easy feat to master the Parisian attitude but Olivier has put together a fail proof guideline of french etiquette that will leave you embracing the oh la la factor.
Theatre des Nouveautés
24 bd Poissonniere 75009 Paris
Every Friday and Saturday @ 7PM, Sunday @ 6PM, Monday 8PM
Pietro Perugino (1450 1523), is an Italian Renaissance painter of the Umbrian school. Jacquemart Andre Museum has gathered fifty of the paintings of the master, whose art had a major influence on Raphaël.
There exhibition retraces the major phases of the career of this innovative painter, who was a pupil of Verrocchio; who brought out, in particular, the decorative role of landscapes. Savour the delicacy of his work, which uses elements of transparency and light, dedicated to subjects including, primarily, religious ones. The Jacquemart-André Museum offers an immersion into the heart of the Italian Renaissance, with the works of one of the masters of the genre.
Retromobile Antique Cars and Motorcycles Show The Retromobile show boasts over three hundred exhibitors displaying a fabulous variety of old cars and motorcycle.
The fair is a 5-day presentation of vintage cars and prestigious collectibles from all over the world, and every year it draws a large, international crowd.
While Retromobile is the largest vintage automobile show in France, they have provided increasingly high profile space to a vintage motorcycle display.
Retromobile is both a fascinating trade fair and an great exhibition for the public.
place de la Porte de Versailles 75015 Paris
Metro: Porte de Versailles or Balard +33 1 43 95 37 00 From 13 en.retromobile.fr
from the 11 / 26 / 2014 to the 04 / 27 / 2015
Jeff Koons retrospective Paris The Centre Pompidou looks back on the 35-year career of Jeff Koons one of the most controversial American.
Jeff Koons is an American artist known for his reproductions of banal objectssuch as balloon animals produced in stainless steel with mirror-finish surfaces. Jeff Koons began his career as a Wall Street trader before turning to contemporary art. Koons questions the glorification of consumer products and celebrities. As both a visual artist and sculptor, Jeff Koons has mastered a range of media, including photography, painting, installation art and computer assisted creations.