French photographer Raymond Depardon and his friend, the urbanist Paul Virilio, have put together an exhibition which highlights the dangers of today's endlessly expanding cities. Also in this edition, meeting with writer Pierre Philippe.
A controversial section of the massive Entropa artwork, representing Bulgaria as a large squat toilet, has been quietly covered with a black curtain as requested by Czech President Vaclav Klaus. Sofia had earlier complained about the installation.
The 48th Paris Boat Show opened on Saturday, with organisers expecting nearly 270,000 visitors. But as the financial crisis rumbles on, many companies are making cutbacks. Watch the video by pressing on the 'play' button.
”L’Aigle et la Plume”, an exhibit at the Invalides Museum in Paris presents 500 different documents written or dictated by Napoleo Bonaparte, the enigmatic French Emperor. The collection is unprecedented in its depth and breadth.
The Versailles chateau near Paris announced it would extend a controversial exhibition by US pop art icon Jeff Koons until January 4. So far, some 250,000 visitors have made the trip since the exhibition opened on Sept. 10.
Through his camera lens, the photographer Guy Wolff shows the public the positive impact of microfinance in developing countries. The exhibition takes place at Luxembourg's Cultural Centre until October 22.
In today's show: British collector Charles Saatchi opens a new show dedicated to Chinese artists; a visit to the Ethical Fashion show in Paris; and French comedian Gad El Maleh takes his show international.
One of the emblematic images of French industry and design, the Citroen 2CV is celebrating its 60th birthday this year, in spectacular fashion. The mythical car is the star of an exhibition and enjoys a cure of youthfulness in the streets of Paris.