The first artist authorised to copy Gustave Courbet's controversial work divulges some of the secrets behind the artist's work and life.
As the American Library in Paris celebrates its centennial, we look back at the origins, history, evolution and future of this literary landmark.
As PAD Paris (Pavillon of Art and Design) celebrates its 20th anniversary, a collectible design expert at Artecase gives us the highlights of the crème de la crème of the city's design fairs.
Meet the two women with a vision to create an inclusive, welcoming space in the English literary scene by opening a feminist bookshop and café in Paris.
The author of a new book describes the art of Parisian charm that makes French women so alluring and explains how anyone can master it.
With so many Paris books out there, what exactly has inspired generations of authors to pen stories about the City of Light?
What is happening on the Place de la République in Paris? The fact that the “Musées Debout” (“Museums Awake”) initiative has set up camp in this iconic square is no coincidence. Musées Debout is an offshoot of the “Nuit Debout” (“Night Awake”) movement, which attempts to spark discussion and debate with anyone and everyone unhappy with France’s political life and authorities.
Check out INSPIRELLE's picks of the most exciting joint exhibits, rare retrospectives, and once-in-a-lifetime visiting collections for the Spring-Summer 2019 cultural season.