on our front page this week…
STREET ART 13
Walk along the metro line 6 and admire monumental works. For several years, the 13th arrondissement has become a living museum of street art. The Street Art 13 is an open-air gallery, along Auriol Boulevard and Line 6 of the Metro. By the end of the year, around fifty wall murals will dress the area. "We want to transform the boulevard Auriol into a true cultural attraction. In this restricted space, we present the grand cru of street-art world, "says Baimba Kamara of the gallery Itinerrance.
Along the boulevard Vincent Auriol, Paris 13e
The Papa Cabane, is the new summer and ephemeral terrace which everyone is talking about! This open-air terrace offers a rather impressive space of 1000sqm with 350 seats and features an eco-friendly decoration with recycled pallet furniture as well as vegetable gardens herbs. Ask us for reservation
WHERE WE LIKE TO GO BEST
The unique charm of Parisian covered passages makes us forget the hustle and bustle of the city.
Passage of the Panaroma
ONE OF OUR FAVORITES PLACES
The folding fans Duvelleroy, a boutique-museum: The Parisian house of folding fans celebrates its anniversary with an exhibition until October 19 and transforms the shop into a showroom. Archives, antique catalogs, preparatory drawings, patronage of 1900, sketches, vintages of feathers, molds to fold but also varieties Belle Epoque and Art Nouveau: almost two centuries of history will be gathered. The most fragile pieces will be presented by appointment. Supplier of the queens in the XIXth, Duvelleroy remains one of the only houses of folding fans in France, the only one in Paris.
17, rue Amélie, 75007 Paris eventail-duvelleroy.fr