Fall is in the air and what better way to say farewell to summer than to take advantage of fall fairs and art festivals. Anytime is a great time to visit Paris, but especially in autumn. The crowds are less than in summer months and the city is alive with a variety of art festivals and fairs. I have just returned and would like to share some of the highlights…
The grounds of Palais-Royal featured an outdoor exhibit of lavastone sculptures by artist Thierry Courtadon. This exhibit is also free to the public and extends to Nov. 23/15 so there is still time to see it!
The newly renovated Picasso Museum is celebrating a 30th anniversary exhibit spread over all 5 floors of Hotel Sale in the Marais neighbourhood. This is the world’s largest collection of Pablo Picasso’s work covering all creative periods of his career. Even visitors that aren’t necessarily fans of Picasso’s art will be impressed with the renovated interiors.
This last venue is not in Paris, but in the countryside of Provence….not easy to find but worth discovering!
A Plus Tard!