Frederic updates readers with exhibitions running, at present, in France.
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Whether you have been to Venice or not you will have seen reports or documentaries on TV or in magazines about it so many times that many feel like there is not much appealing to it anymore. Rubbish. The magic still works as Annick and Frederic found out during carnival time.
Frederic updates us on what is on in the museums and galleries of France
Camille Claudel is often overlooked as one of the great sculptors. Now for the first time, Federic records this lady has been given her own museum.
As many exhibitions come to a close, Frederic reminds of us of what is still showing in France and what is opening in the next month.
All vehicles travelling into Paris will need a sticker as from January 16th 2017. Frederic explains the rules
Lascaux IV opened two days ago. Frederic adds this to his list of “must-sees” in France at the moment.
Frederic covers a wide range of exhibitions that are on in France at the moment from cave drawings to a collection built in just the last ten years.
Prehistoric bears, Oscar Wilde and Tintin are some of the exhibitions that Frederic highlights in France this month.
Frederic completes his cruise around the Aegean with stops on both Greek and Turkish islands where the small village of Oia proved to be the highlight of the whole cruise.
Magritte, Hergé and Afro-American art are some of the exhibitions coming to France soon says Frederic
Frederic begins his cruise and tour of some of the Aegean islands.
Despite extra security most French museums and galleries are open. Frederic updates us on what’s on.
The big Impressionist extravaganza still continue in Normandy but Frederic widens his net to include other exhibitions on in France.
Frederic summarises the main exhibitions on during the vast Normandy Impressionist Festival as well as bringing us up-to-date with what is on show in the rest of France.
Frederic spends time watching the Les Voiles de St Barth on the Caribbean island of St Bart’s
Frederic presents his monthly review of what’s on in France
Frederic rounds up what is on show in France including the fantastic tall ships event in Sète as well as new Picasso and Chagall exhibitions.
A little quiz to start the day: Where is that “blue-footed-boobies” freely frolic? Need help?… If we add the words “sea iguanas” and “islands” ?… If you are thinking of Komodo Island and its dragons… You are wrong! Another clue? There are “giant turtles“?… No it isn’t Praslin Island in Seychelles. Last hint, “Darwin and his finches“. Yes, it’s the Galapagos Islands. And where are the Galapagos Islands? All those who are thinking of Argentina, Chile or Peru would be wrong! The Galapagos Islands belong
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Frederic updates us on what’s happening in France including the Escale à Sète, one of the most famous sailing events in the world and which will attract 250,000 visitors.
Although it’s an important pilgrimage destination, Padua is much more. Frderic finds that it is a beautiful historic city.
As the Chagall and Andy Warhol exhibitions near their end in Paris, Frederic points to some exhibitions still running or opening soon.
Frederic winds up the year with a last look at what is still running in galleries and museums in France.
In the light of the atrocity in France just over a week ago, Frederic begins his column from France with a message – “Thank you, to all of you. Don’t let barbarians change us and may we keep on living as usual!”
SPECIAL EVENT: October 22 to 25: “FIAC” The International Fair of Contemporary Art. For this major event, 173 art galleries from 23 countries have been invited to the Grand Palais.
Frederc resumes his monthly round-up of what’s on in France.
Annick and Frederic complete their journey on the Maharajas Express by going from Bikaner and Jaipur to Delhi via the Taj Mahal.
Continuing their journey on the Maharajas Express, Annick and Frederic travel from Udaipur through Jodhpur until the y reach Deshnok.