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.Read more

Georges Braque & Henri Laurens at the Musée Annonciade

The summer exhibition at Saint Tropez’s Musée Annonciade celebrates the works and lives of two the 20th century’s greatest French artists: Georges Braque (1882-1963) and Henri Laurens (1885-1954).Read more

A summer in Monaco: from Impressionism to modern art

From 17th July to 1st September, Monaco will showcase an exclusive selection of Impressionist and modern art masterpieces in the newly opened venue of the Moretti Gallery. The establishment has collaborated with the art specialists, the Simon Dickinson Gallery in London, to present the A Summer in Monaco: From Impressionism to Modern Art.Read more

Meet the artistic director of the Nuits Musicales du Suquet: Misha Katz

The Nuits Musicales du Suquet has picked the remarkable talents of Russian born musician Misha Katz for the coveted position of artistic director of the musical festival in Cannes, which is to be held from 19th to 23rd July.Read more

Bernar Venet: from sculptor to curator

Established as a foundation by conceptual artist Bernar Venet in 2014, the sculpture park in Le Muy is the result of a life’s work and is a haven for those who love contemporary art and sculpture. The collection reads like a ‘who’s who’ of modern talent and our handsome host himself is one of France’s most important living sculptors.Read more

Enter the Forbidden City

In China, power was not formed with words like at the Greek agora, the Roman forum or in Western democracy… In China, power was formed with the brush.Read more

Exhibition: Alexandre Evariste Fragonard

Fragonard is a well-known name in Grasse — if not the most famous — and everyone will recognise it as a prestigious perfumer brand in the region. But not all know that the family name goes back to the city’s celebrated son, artist Jean-Honoré Fragonard. A painter and sketcher who was born in Grasse in 1732, Jean-Honoré was one of the most important artists in 18th century France and he is revered in his hometown even though he only spent a few years there.Read more

Nice Jazz Festival

What better way to celebrate the warm days of summer on the Côte d’Azur than through music. The programme for the upcoming Nice Jazz Festival has now been published and the historic event is inviting some exciting artists from all over the world to play on the Place Masséna stage from 17th to 21st July.Read more

Jazz à Juan

For all the jazz lovers visiting and living on the Côte d’Azur, the annual music festival Jazz à Juan is taking place at the Pinède Gould in Juan-les-Pins from 14th to 23rd July. The line-up this year includes music legends such as Macy Gray, Sting, Tom Jones and Hiromi.Read more

A public-facing conductor: an interview with the new director of the Orchestre Régionale de Cannes

Benjamin Levy was selected among 160 applicants for this coveted post. He tells Riviera Insider’s editor-in-chief Petra Hall about his new, long-term contract and other exciting developments.Read more

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