“Proust’s Duchess,” by Caroline Weber, describes the luxurious but unhappy lives of three celebrated Parisian women.
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Contrasting approaches to France’s national playwright have been on view this month.
A series of unsigned murals sparked talk that the artist was in the city — and a race to protect, or deface, his work.
A critic’s guide to the art in the couple’s new video, from the Mona Lisa to “Raft of the Medusa.”
A space opening this month in Paris will display the substantial holdings of the artist’s foundation and explore his influence on contemporary works.
Two plays in Paris deal with angry and violent themes. But only one is a success.
The Guggenheim mines the wide world of the Swiss sculptor — witty and dripping with sex, or looking into the abyss. There’s despair but humaneness, too.
The buyer of a Sisley painting, now recognized as having been stolen by the Nazis from a Jewish collector, says he wants his money back, plus interest.
What was billed as the first street culture sale just took place in Paris, and it brought in a whole new crowd.
During the major strikes and student uprisings in France that year, the École des Beaux-Arts turned itself into a workshop for revolutionary messages.