The writing's on the wall: Revolutionary posters from May 68
Fifty years ago in France, a series of student protests snowballed to become a full-scale youth revolt; the social uprising was underscored by a handful of oft-chanted slogans. Paris's art school was transformed into a revolutionary workshop, producing the posters that carried the message. A new exhibition now takes a look back at those iconic images.
In the world of dance, the Opera Garnier moves towards more contemporary choreography, as "The Season's Canon" is performed.
And we learn how Monet’s water lilies blurred the lines between impressionism and abstract art in the early years of the 20th century.