The Moulin Rouge: 130 years of high kicks at the world's most famous cabaret

Edith Piaf, Liza Minelli and Frank Sinatra have all performed on its famous stage, and its neon red sails have come to symbolise the more risqué side of Belle Époque Paris. FRANCE 24's Eve Jackson takes us behind the scenes of the venue's "Féerie" show, and picks up a few tips from the world-famous dancers of the French cancan.


Also, Jeff Koons's controversial "Bouquet of Tulips" is unveiled in Paris; the piece was created as an homage to the victims of the 2015 terror attacks in the French capital. The sculpture has attracted criticism over its location and maintenance costs; the 12-metre bouquet is finally on show in a garden at the Petit Palais, close to the River Seine.

And we meet the artist who stands out by blending in: Liu Bolin is hiding in plain sight in his latest series of paintings which were made in North Korea.

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