Caroline Rossiter is a writer based in Paris

Autumn Art Highlights: Paris

Six unmissable exhibitions, from Fragonard in Love at the Musée du Luxembourg to Pictures of Prostitution at the Musée d’Orsay

8 Sep 2015

Fit for a Sun King: the Latona Fountain reopens at Versailles

Turtles, lizards and frog-men on Louis XIV’s famous fountain get a spectacular makeover

27 May 2015

American painting in Paris: the Louvre’s focus on US still-lifes

The genre took a while to catch on in America, but when artists did take up still-life painting they made it their own

11 Mar 2015

The New Deal: Paul Durand-Ruel

The Parisian art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel played an instrumental role in the rise of the Impressionists

3 Mar 2015

Cézanne goes digital: catalogue raisonné launches online

As data increasingly migrates to the cloud, so art scholarship goes digital

22 Dec 2014

A cloud of glass in the Bois de Boulogne: the Louis Vuitton Foundation

Despite Gehry’s dislike of the term, his building is a spectacle, as is the art

4 Nov 2014

From Frieze to FIAC: the contemporary art set lands in Paris

As London recovers from Frieze week, attention has turned to Paris and the Grand Palais

23 Oct 2014

No Love Locks: too much romance on Paris’ Pont des Arts

Loved up tourists will have to find another way to say they care…

29 Sep 2014

London in Paris: Gilbert & George at Thaddaeus Ropac

Will Gilbert and George’s Scapegoating Pictures have the same impact in Paris as in London?

20 Sep 2014

Autumn Highlights: what to watch out for in Paris

Paris is getting back into gear after the August exodus. What’s coming up in the city’s art calendar?

3 Sep 2014

The Winged Victory of Samothrace is back at the Louvre

One of the Louvre’s most popular sculptures is back after a 10-month restoration period

11 Jul 2014

All eyes on the Panthéon: JR’s latest installation

The Panthéon in Paris has been taken over by a sea of faces…

7 Jun 2014

Priced out of the Piscine: the Piscine Molitor reopens in Paris

The newly-renovated Piscine Molitor has finally reopened, but concerns have been raised over its high entrance fees

27 May 2014

Anne Baldassari, President of the Musée Picasso, dismissed over renovation

President of the Musée Picasso, Anne Baldassari, has been dismissed by the French Culture Ministry

14 May 2014

Problem child? The Louvre Abu Dhabi is previewed in Paris

‘Birth of a Museum’ celebrates new acquisitions for the Louvre Abu Dhabi, but will it win round a critical public?

12 May 2014

Review: ‘Paris 1900’ at the Petit Palais, Paris

The Petit Palais is the perfect location for ‘Paris 1900’ and its sumptuous exploration of the Belle Époque

13 Apr 2014

Meditations on Film: Bill Viola at the Grand Palais

Meditative and mysterious, Bill Viola’s video work asks timeless questions

13 Mar 2014

The Prix Marcel Duchamp

Four nominees have been announced for the 2014 Marcel Duchamp Prize, the French equivalent of the UK’s Turner Prize

22 Feb 2014
The Louvre: a 'difficult' 2016 has seen a significant drop in visitor numbers.

Six Sundays: Louvre cuts back on free entry scheme

The Louvre’s monthly free Sundays may be a circus, but abolishing them strikes at the heart of one of its founding principles: culture for all

6 Feb 2014

Serge Poliakoff: Silent Pictures

An exhibition at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris is an excellent introduction to Poliakoff’s dynamic yet quiet works

5 Feb 2014

A Matter of Taste

The Ecole des Beaux-arts – now controversially sponsored by Ralph Lauren – is at the centre of debates about the relationship between art and luxury in France

1 Nov 2013

Park to Pompidou

Pierre Huyghe’s work isn’t made for a gallery space, but an exhibition at the Centre Pompidou brings it inside anyway

8 Oct 2013