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GOING OUT IN SEPTEMBER
With Picasso, Obstinément Méditerranéen, the Musée Picasso invites you to a journey in Picasso’s Mediterranean, from the landscapes of the Spanish ports to the works of his later years in the Côte d’Azur and the sun-drenched Midi. Until October 6th.
With Trees, the Fondation Cartier pays tribute to the artists and indigenous communities who have developed an intimate link with trees and revealed the beauty of these great protagonists of the living world, threatened today with large-scale deforestation. A testimony of those capable of looking at the vegetal world with wonder. Until November 10th.
The exhibition Prehistory, a modern enigma at the Centre Pompidou showcases the link which unites prehistory to modern and contemporary art, from the Mammouth de la Madeleine to Dove Allouche and Louise Bourgeois. Until September 16th.
In I Puritani by Vincenzo Bellini, you will be immersed in the story of an impossible love between a royalist and the daughter of a republican. Laurent Pelly’s production is as precise and incisive as Bellini’s last opera. Opéra Bastille from September 7th to October 5th.
The Palais Garnier welcomes La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi from September 9th to October 16th. This version, staged by Simon Stone, who makes his long awaited debut at the Paris Opera, implacably strips bare the violence of a society that promotes worldly pleasures only.
Invited by the Opera de Paris, Hiroshi Sugimoto, a leading figure of contemporary photography, is joining forces with the choreographer Alessio Silvestrin, who worked with William Forsythe, for a new production at the Palais Garnier. This choreography, with a selection of songs by the composer James Blake, stands out for its speed and energy. From September 19th to October 15th.
Le Sergent Recruteur – After 18 years at the head of the kitchen of Laurent, Alain Pégouret opens his own restaurant. The gourmet lovers will be delighted by the menu: poached foie gras in a vegetable and white fruit sangria; perfectly seared chanterelle mushrooms, herb lasagna, egg yolk; rainbow trout with maple syrup whipped cream, green apple and black radish, and for dessert ginger infused chocolate, chocolate and lime sorbet. 41 rue Saint Louis en l’Ile, Ile Saint Louis, 4th.
Le Jules Verne, the mythic restaurant on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, has just reopened under the guidance of Frédéric Anton. In a new décor by Aline Asmar d’Amman inspired by the timeless elegance of French decorative art, the Chef, awarded with 3 Michelin stars at the Pré Catelan, has imagined: crab, Granny Smith Zephyr; farmhouse chicken prepared in a bouillon with foie gras, wild mushrooms, Albufera sauce; raspberry just sweetened, shortbread and vanilla cream, opaline with lime zest. Tour Eiffel, Paris 7th.