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 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!
Across the capital, museums, art galleries and concert venues have closed their doors to the public due to the current lockdown. This hasn’t stop them from showcasing their collections virtually — a perfect occasion to discover local and international artists while staying at home!
On the occasion of International Women’s Rights Day on March 8th, our cultural selection features 8 exhibits by powerful artists to discover this month in Eastern Paris. Great news for art lovers on a budget: most of them are free!
A new record store in town; the Night of Solidarity; a good news for bookstore Les Mots à la Bouche, and a certain lack of love for the new version of Place Gambetta — your neighborhood news from Paris Lights Up!
Founded in 2018 by two childhood friends, the artist collective Around The Block explores the French capital in a series of poetic posters. Discover some of their creations inspired by the neighborhoods of Eastern Paris!
Illustrators and photographers from Paris and beyond: Paris Lights Up invites you to submit your best artworks depicting the neighborhoods that are dear to you! Each month, some of them will be published in our print edition.