The Parisian Corner agenda : from October 8 to October 15

Article published on Oct. 7, 2007
Article published on Oct. 7, 2007
As waiting for the Rugby Semi finals, you wonder what to do in Paris ? Here are some propositions ...

Exhibitions :

Arcimboldo, the vegatable man at the Luxembourg museum

In addition to the famous anthropomorphic heads created by the representation of vegetables, fruits and other natural elements, this exhibition tributes to that mysterious artist’s talent by presenting a large collection of his tapestries and graphic works. To be seen at the Luxembourg museum until the 13th of January 2008. 

Musée du Luxembourg,

19 rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris, tube station Odéon ou St Sulpice, RER B

Tel 01 45 44 12 90

Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday from10:30am to 10 :00pm

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 10 :30am to 7 :00pm

Sunday from 9am to 7pm


Full fare : 12 euros

Reduced fare : 10 euros

free under 10 years old

For more information

Oskar Dawicki

Famous for his irony, his originality, his sense of anarchy as well as for his interest for the paradoxes of the reality we are living in, the artist, specialized in the video and in the art-performance, creates for the Polish Institute of Paris, and as part as the International Fair of Contemporary Art (FIAC) a “lounge-trap”, where the audience evolves through conceptual sets which invade the space. Once again, the artist surprises where he is not expected.

Institut polonais de Paris from the 27th of September to the 21st of October 2007

31 rue Jean Goujon

75008 Paris

tube station Alma-Marceau

Tel 01 53 93 90 10

Wednesday from 10 :00am to 7 :30pm

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 10:00am to 5:00pm

Conferences : 

        The national administrations and the European union

The State Council in partnership with the Centre of Sciences European studies invites you at a State Council’s seminar.

12 October 2007, from 9:15am to 6:15pm

 Institut d’études politiques

Amphithéâtre Emile Boutmy

27, rue Saint-Guillaume

75007 PARIS

Compulsory pre-inscription :

Cinema :

          The festival of German cinema, 10 to 16 October,  Arlequin cinema

The 12th edition of the festival of German cinema presents many long but also short films as well as some documentaries, thus making discover a large panorama of the contemporary German cinema.

To be seen (among others):

Nichts als Gespenster - de Martin Gypkens Mein Führer : Die wirklich wahrste Wahrheit über Adolf Hitler - Dani Levy Auf der anderen Seite - Fatih Akin Der rote Elvis - Leopold Grün

L’Arlequin 76, rue de Rennes 75006 Paris tube station St Sulpice Tel 01 45 44 28 80

Pass « unlimited UGC » accepted


 Bandolero – Co Flamenco Vivo

Bandolero is a musical which is above all flamenco; the music is therefore put forward, but is interrupted with moments of action and with some dialogues to make the understanding easier. This musical plunges us into the former Andalusia, by the discovery and the understanding of the Bandolerismo, political and social phenomenon fashionable from the 16th to the 19th century, and characterized by a desire of equality. 

Espace Rachi - Centre d’Art et de Culture 39, rue Broca,   75005  Paris tube station : Censier-Daubenton (ligne 7) Bus : 91 stop Port Royal/Berthollet or 27 stop Monge/Claude Bernard Full fare : 23 € or Reduced fare: 17,5 €

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 8:45pm

Sunday at 3pm