EVERYTHING YOU ABSOLUTELY MUST DO IN PARIS THIS SPRING

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FEBRUARY
la maison rouge
LA MAISON ROUGE | THIERRY OLLIVIER
FRIDAY – TUESDAY
FEB 24-MAR 21
CELEBRATE TWO DECADES’ WORTH OF FRENCH COUNTERCULTURE
12TH ARRONDISSEMENT
Lesser-known than many of the bigger museums, La Maison Rouge features work from private art collections and hosts interesting, well-curated exhibitions. L’Esprit français, Countercultures, 1969-1989 chronicles two turbulent decades and should live up to the foundation’s high standards. Pirate radio stations, dandyism, and sexual liberation themes are just a few of the subjects on display.

 

MARCH
Vignerons Independents
VIGNERONS INDEPENDENTS
TUESDAY – SUNDAY
MAR 14-JUN 25
VIEW THE LANDSCAPES OF FAMED ARTISTS AT THE MUSÉE D’ORSAY
7TH ARRONDISSEMENT
As it’s arguably the best museum in Paris, there is literally never a bad day to visit the Musée d’Orsay. This beautiful exhibit, Le paysage mystiques de Monet à Kandinsky, boasts works from Monet, Gauguin, Tom Thomson, Gustave Klimt, and Emily Carr, amongst many others, and explores their emotional landscape works throughout a restless and searching era in art. Exquisitely presented by a team of well-known curators from the museum, along with Canadian modernist aficionado Katharine Lochnan, it is the must-see art exhibit of the season.
FRIDAY – MONDAY
MAR 24-27
TRY A BUNCH OF NEW WINES
17TH ARRONDISSEMENT
Rub shoulders with independent wine producers and taste your way through the extensive selection of varietals on display, ranging from bodylicious reds from Medoc by the Atlantic coast to delicate whites from Alsace. The Salon des Vins des Vignerons Indépendants is the perfect opportunity to stock up on wines for many a dinner to come.

 

APRIL
paris marathon
PHOTOTHEQUE ASO
SUNDAY
APR 9
RUN OR WATCH THE PARIS MARATHON
MULTIPLE LOCATIONS
For Parisian runners, the marathon and the half-marathon in early March are the most endorphin-boosting races of the year, offering a scenic route through the city we all know and love. If you aren’t a runner, cheering athletes on from the sidelines is just as exciting as the race itself.
FRIDAY – SATURDAY
APR 14-MAY 13
TAKE IN BALLET WITH A MODERN TWIST
PALAIS GARNIER

Refined culture meets street art when the classical Paris ballet company takes on the challenge of bringing life to three iconic pieces from the American school of dance. The set for Merce Cunningham’s 1968 Walkaround Time is based on design by Marcel Duchamp while the visionary dancer/choreographer/creative consultant Stephen Galloway has created the costumes for the two Forsythe performances, Trio and Herman Schmerman.

With this number of brilliant minds involved, the result should be amazing. If not, you still get to spend time inside the beautiful baroque Palais Garnier.

THURSDAY – SUNDAY
APR 27-AUG 13
CELEBRATE THE CLOTHING OF DALIDA AT THE PALAIS GALLIERA
PALAIS GALLIERA
The late Egyptian-Italian singer returned to the spotlight posthumously after the documentary about her life and career, A Life Unbearable, received critical acclaim. She is so in vogue that the Museum of Fashion Paris has put together a captivating exhibition that takes you on a trip through her extravagant closet.

 

MAY
free passes into museums
MUSEE DE LA CHASSE ET DE LA NATURE
SATURDAY
MAY 20
ENJOY FREE PASSES FOR ALMOST EVERY MUSEUM
MULTIPLE LOCATIONS
On the night of May 20, museums around Europe stay open late (generally to midnight) and entrance is free. If you’re in Paris that evening, you basically have free rein to run around some of the best museums in the world without having to pay a dime. We recommend the smaller and lesser-known museums to avoid too much of a crowd: The Musée Gustave Moreau is famous for its staircase but also contains a collection of the symbolist artist’s works, while the Palais de la Découverte is the place to go if you want to see a room decorated with the first 707 digits of pi. Or, if you have a morbid fascination with taxidermy, the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature is a given, while the Musée du Génvral Leclerc and the Musée Jean Moulin chronicle the resistance during the WWII occupation of Paris and the liberation of the city. And the Maison Balzac, the home of the famed novelist, gives you a great reason to stroll through the gorgeous neighborhood of Passy. Better start planning that itinerary.
SUNDAY
MAY 21
CHECK OUT A TON OF STREET ART
For a few days every spring (dates are still TBD, but last year’s edition started May 21), all the cool kids gather in the area between the Canal Saint-Martin and the 10th arrondissement for this annual street art festival, Print Printemps des Rues. Painting, dancing, and other performances abound in this hip area.
THURSDAY – WEDNESDAY
MAY 25-31
ENJOY A FEW DAYS OF INDIE MUSIC IN A PARK
19TH ARRONDISSEMENT
The vast Parc de la Villette in the far northeast corner of Paris has been up and coming in the last few years, offering not only the Paris Philharmonic and an excellent technical museum, but also loads of outdoor activities like street art exhibitions and food festivals. Villette Sonique is a yearly festival, providing several stages for independent music in the Cabaret Sauvage, the Grande Halle, and even the Philharmonic. This isn’t Coachella, so dress accordingly.

 

JUNE
Fête de la Musique
FÊTE DE LA MUSIQUE
WEDNESDAY
JUN 21
DANCE ACROSS THE CITY FOR WORLDWIDE MUSIC DAY
MULTIPLE LOCATIONS
On the magical night of Fête de la Musique, the entire city turns into a party. Organized concerts and impromptu jam sessions line the streets in the central parts of the city, where people drink and dance at these free concerts. The program for the 36th edition of the event is not available yet, but the extensive selection is bound to offer everything from Argentinian tango to electro.

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