Summer is finally here! Make the most of it with some cultural outings: from the cobbled alleys of the Marais to the heights of Belleville and the banks of canal de l’Ourcq, let us guide you with our art selection of the month.
The 31st edition of the “Portes Ouvertes des Ateliers d’Artistes de Belleville”, a yearly public art walk organised by the local artists association, will take place on October 2nd-5th.
As cultural institutions adapt to the rules of deconfinement, La Villette is reopening its lawns and Folies with a free summer program that will bring together around fifty artists.
A few steps away from the Ménilmontant metro station, Espace Oberkampf is hosting Parisian artist Raphael Federici’s latest exhibition for its final week. Paris Lights Up took the opportunity to ask him a few questions!
Tuesday’s gathering in support of the family of Adama Traoré, who died in a Val-d’Oise police station in July 2016, brought together tens of thousands of people in front of the Paris Judicial Court.
The largest Parisian museums have yet to reopen their doors; this is the perfect time to discover local galleries a few steps away from home. From the Marais to Belleville, make up for lost time with our art selection of the month!
Produced with the support of the local association autremonde, the documentary short film “DJAO – After the Road” shows the daily life of Mamadou, who was forced to flee the Ivory Coast to reach Paris.