Recent Articles

  • En plein air: Sisley, the Impressionist

    The new exhibition — Sisley, l’Impressionniste — at the Hôtel de Caumont in Aix-en-Provence provides sixty canvases by the artist for our consideration. This is the first exhibition dedicated to the artist in France since 2002 and the works have been carefully chosen by independent curator and expert Maryanne Stevens. What makes this exhibition particularly interesting is that the pictures have been brought together from all over the world, including many pieces from private collections that are previously unseen.

  • Festival de Musique de Menton

    This spectacular classical music experience returns with performances by the world’s most gifted virtuosos in Menton’s enchanting landscapes. Pure bliss…

  • The Normandy landing in Monaco

    For all the World War II history buffs living on the Côte d’Azur, an unforgettable exhibition about the Normandy landing awaits at the Chapiteau Fontvieille in Monaco from today until 20th August. 

  • Clean Monaco’s Beaches

    Clean, cigarette butt-free beaches as far as the eye can see: that’s the dream that Monaco wants to turn in to a reality through the Clean Monaco’s Beaches initiative. 

  • Win tickets for the Arlette Gruss circus

    The Arlette Gruss circus is one of the most popular circuses in the country and this year it will spend six weeks touring the French Riviera.

  • MAMAC’s summer exhibition: making the modern marvellous

    Contemporary art gallery MAMAC on Place Yves Klein is honouring Nice’s heritage in a summer exhibition directed by Jean-Jaques Aillagon and run in conjunction with the famous Centre Pompidou, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary in Paris.

  • A festival of stories: Le Temps des Contes

    Discover fairy tales for the young and old between 25th and 30th July as 12 storytellers and musicians enchant their audiences in the perfumed settings of the Pays de Grasse. From Pégomas to Séranon, Spéracèdes, Mouans-Sartoux, Saint Cézaire sur Siagne and Grasse itself, reading sessions based on the theme ‘À la source’. Libraries and theatres in the municipalities will also host events.

  • A little Picasso, anyone?

    From Chagall and Botero to up-and-coming artists, this gallery tucked away in the principality quickens the pulse of every art collector.