In the country of foie gras and beef bourguignon, veganism is rising up and growing strong. In France, French consumers are finally opening their eyes to discover the horrors of the meat, dairy, and egg industries. Eating meat is becoming a more controversial topic, and animal rights advocates are holding anti-slaughterhouse protests. Continue reading French Consumers Are Finally Embracing a Plant-Based Diet
MAUSA Vauban Museum is the second museum opening dedicated to street-art in France, located in the town of Neuf-Brisach (Haut-Rhin), and inaugurated on July 7, 2018. Indeed, to celebrate the 10 years of the Vauban citadel inscription as a UNESCO World Heritage site, this exceptional place which includes more than 1000m2 of interior spaces and more than 2 kilometers of galleries has passed into the hands of famous street artists. Continue reading New Street Art Museum Opening in France
To visit Monet’s Giverny is to walk into an Impressionist painting. Stroll the gardens and you will see how Monet’s visions of water lilies, flowers gardens and the Japanese bridge became some of the most beautiful paintings in the world. Continue reading Walk Into a Monet Painting at His Home in Giverny, France
Another branding team has stepped up to the bar to order a tall glass of augmented reality for its marketing campaign, this time through a mobile app for Rémy Martin VSOP Limited Edition cognac. Continue reading Rémy Martin Distills Art Through Augmented Reality App to Promote Its Cognac
With a rich programme of exhibitions and events, Design Parade returns to the French Riviera for its 13th edition, taking over the Villa Noailles in Hyères for contemporary French design displays, as well as Toulon’s Ancien Eveche with a show dedicated to interior architecture. Continue reading The French Riviera’s Summer-Long Design Celebration Opens Inside Architectural Landmarks
Following the success of events in London and Shanghai, the French city of Marseille will host the next 2018 F1 Festival on Friday 22 June. Continue reading F1 Returns to France with Marseille Festival
Painting Discovered in French House could be Worth $136 million
What is possibly one of the art world’s greatest finds came about because some French homeowners wanted to fix a leaky roof.