The Concierges' Gazette
Going out in February
Until March 10th, Pierre et Gilles are back at Galerie Templon with a new exhibition, Le temps imaginaire. An ode to tolerance and freedom, imagined like a journey through the universe of this glamorous artistic duet.
Until July 8th, the Musée Marmottan Monet is presenting Corot, an exhibition gathering around sixty portrait works, a production the painter kept secret, loaned by the most prestigious public and private collections in Europe and the United States.
The Maison de Victor Hugo is hosting the exhibition La folie en tête. Four collections from psychiatric hospitals exhibit the works of artists suffering from mental illnesses, collected by psychiatrists interested in the bridges between art and therapy. Between straitjacket and the crises, these tortured artists lead the way to the very heart of raw art. Until March 18th.
Onéguine is scheduled at the Palais Garnier from February 9th to March 7th. The novel by Alexandre Pouchkine directed by John Cranko tells the story of missed encounters, lost love stories and bloody remorses. The dancers embody the passion of an impossible love on the famous airs imagined by Piotr Ilyitch Tchaïkovski.
Adrien Ferrand has opened a new restaurant, Eels, where he offers smoked eel with licorice, virgin apple-hazelnut ; beef cheek with potatoe cream, caramelized onions, apple –hazelnut butter condiment and fiadone with citrus fruit caramel, bergamot orange condiment. Lunch menus at 25 and 29 Euro (Mondays through Fridays), Discovery Menu at 57 Euro. Closed Sundays and Mondays. 27 rue d’Hauteville, Paris 10th.
Le Printemps du Goût is the new spot dedicated to French products in the famous department store. There you can have freshly pressed organic juices at the Juicerie, eat a Croque Madame with black truffle at Balme, savour a lovely frank steak with Dauphine potatoes by Akrame Benallal, bite into a sandwich by the baker Gontran Cherrier with cheeses from Laurent Dubois (M.O.F.), or discover the delicious pastries of Christophe Michalak with a coffee from Lomi. 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th.