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Welcome to the July 2019 issue of “What’s up in Paris” magazine.
This monthly magazine is packed with information about things to experience, see, hear and do in Paris!

So stay with us and discover a selection of not-to-be-missed attractions in July 2019 thanks to “What’s up in Paris”!

Experience
Nothing compares with strolling through the streets of Paris during the fine weather. Until mid-July, sightseers can enjoy a walk through the Village Royal district under the 800 or so colourful umbrellas comprising the world renowned "Umbrella Sky Project” temporary display by the Portuguese artist Patricia Cunha. A welcome spot of cool shade in this sun-drenched capital. Please note: another display named Bubble Sky, produced by the same artist, can be admired in the Cour St Emilion at Bercy Village, until 31 August. The item used for the theme this time (also multicoloured) will be balloons.

On Sunday 7 July, the Tropical Carnival in Paris is back for the18th time, on the Champs Elysées. In all, more than 2,000 carnival-goers and almost thirty groups from Paris, all parts of the Ile-de-France region, the overseas territories and other countries will be joining the parade, against a backdrop of tropical music, allowing visitors to discover traditional dances from the Caribbean and elsewhere such as the biguine, the mazurka or the piké djouk. Creativity and good humour are the watchwords!
Further information: www.carnavaltropicaldeparis.fr

The world’s finest avenue will be very busy on 7 July… Un Dimanche au Cinéma (A Sunday at the Cinema) is back for an open-air film session at the foot of the Arc de Triomphe. So what are the 3 films voted on by the Parisians? “Les Demoiselles de Rochefort”, by Jacques Demy (1967), “L’Homme de Rio”, by Philippe de Broca (1964) and “OSS 117 : Le Caire Nid D’espions”, by Michel Hazanavicius (2006).
Further information: www.paris.fr/dimanchecinema

See:
There’s no time to lose! You have until 21 July to visit the fascinating exhibition at the BNF François Mitterrand (the National Library of France), entitled “Le Monde en sphère” (The World as a Globe). More than 200 outstanding items are displayed there, including terrestrial and celestial globes, world maps, thousand-year-old astrolabes and manuscripts dating from antiquity. Please note, thanks to a number of very special loaned items, the BNF is able to present the first known celestial globe in history, made from silver, dating from 200 BC and measuring just 6.4 cm in diameter, in addition to Coronelli’s majestic globes.
Further information and reservations: www.bnf.fr

Until 30 September, the Louvre Museum is devoting an exhibition to the Mariette Collection, from 27 June to 30 September 2019. A wonderful opportunity to discover Italian drawings and some of the great names associated with them. Among these, the collector Pierre-Jean Mariette, who was admitted as an honorary member of the Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture, collected the works of well-known artists such as Raphael, Michelangelo, Veronese, Guercino, Titien, or Carracci. Their work is exhibited at the Louvre and is sure to delight visitors.
Further information: www.louvre.fr

Until 29 July, the Centre Pompidou is proposing a highly original retrospective focusing on the work of photographic artist Dora Maar from 5 June to 29 July 2019. A great opportunity to discover the many facets of Picasso’s muse, from her surrealistic activities to her work in the fashion and portrait fields. The exhibition, organised in cooperation with the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles and the Tate Modern in London, also explores the photographer’s political and social commitment, through her "reports" and "her association with the October Group’s militancy and propaganda troupe".
Further information www.centrepompidou.fr

Hear:
Would you like a chance to hear Orelsan, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, or maybe The Strokes? If so, head for the legendary Lollapalooza Festival held at the Hippodrome de Longchamp racecourse on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July 2019. Considered as the world’s largest festival, attracting 120,000 festivalgoers per day in Chicago each summer, the Lollapalooza started life in the United States in the early 1990s. It’s been held in France since 2017.
Reservations: www.lollaparis.com

On 13 and 14 July, another famous festival, which started life in Brooklyn, will be held at La Seine Musicale in Boulogne-Billancourt. This year, Afropunk will be welcoming Solange, Raphael Saadiq, Janelle Monaé and Masego. Just like last year, it will also feature an area set aside for associations and for designers from all around the world.
View the complete event programme: www.afropunk.com

Just as it does every year, the National Holiday on 14 July will include an incredible firework display on the Champ-de-Mars. For the occasion, the Orchestre National de France and the Chœur & Maîtrise de Radio France choir school will be organising a huge free symphony concert at the foot of the Eiffel Tower featuring major international artists, starting at 9:15 PM. Don’t miss it!

Do:
Would you like to set off for undersea adventures at the commands of your own submarine? Head for The Escape Lab, in Paris’s second arrondissement, to discover Echo Squad, an exciting adventure midway between an escape game and a video game, in an ultra-realistic setting! Please note... To take part in this thrilling experience, participants will need coordination, the ability to handle equipment and a cool head to successfully complete their mission. Everyone will be assigned a post: captain, pilot, gunner, mechanic, sonar, etc.
Further information: www.escapelab.fr

For those who love a little excitement after nightfall, Sherwood Parc proposes a night-time tree climbing session on 13 July. Equipped with forehead-mounted lamps and plenty of courage, you can venture out into the dark listening to the leaves rustling around you between 9 AM and 1 in the morning. The event will be supervised by a team of professionals to guarantee safety for all.
Reservations: www.sherwoodparc.com

July is synonymous with the Tour de France. To celebrate the end of this famous race, come along on Sunday 20 July 2019 for a bike ride along the Champs Elysées, just a few hours before the racers arrive. This event is being organised to mark the 100th anniversary of the Yellow Jersey, from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM, over a 7-kilometre route between Avenue Foch and the tunnel in Avenue du Général Lemonnier.
To register: www.letour.fr

Thank you for following us. We’ll be back again next month!



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Contenu de la vidéo : Welcome to the July 2019 issue of “What’s up in Paris” magazine.
This monthly magazine is packed with information about things to experience, see, hear and do in Paris!
So stay with us and discover a selection of not-to-be-missed attractions in July 2019 thanks to “What’s up in Paris”!
Experience
Nothing compares with strolling through the streets of Paris during the fine weather. Until mid-July, sightseers can enjoy a walk through the Village Royal district under the 800 or so colourful umbrellas comprising the world renowned "Umbrella Sky Project” temporary display by the Portuguese artist Patricia Cunha. A welcome spot of cool shade in this sun-drenched capital. Please note: another display named Bubble Sky, produced by the same artist, can be admired in the Cour St Emilion at Bercy Village, until 31 August. The item used for the theme this time (also multicoloured) will be balloons.
On Sunday 7 July, the Tropical Carnival in Paris is back for the18th time, on the Champs Elysées. In all, more than 2,000 carnival-goers and almost thirty groups from Paris, all parts of the Ile-de-France region, the overseas territories and other countries will be joining the parade, against a backdrop of tropical music, allowing visitors to discover traditional dances from the Caribbean and elsewhere such as the biguine, the mazurka or the piké djouk. Creativity and good humour are the watchwords!
Further information: www.carnavaltropicaldeparis.fr
The world’s finest avenue will be very busy on 7 July… Un Dimanche au Cinéma (A Sunday at the Cinema) is back for an open-air film session at the foot of the Arc de Triomphe. So what are the 3 films voted on by the Parisians? “Les Demoiselles de Rochefort”, by Jacques Demy (1967), “L’Homme de Rio”, by Philippe de Broca (1964) and “OSS 117 : Le Caire Nid D’espions”, by Michel Hazanavicius (2006).
Further information: www.paris.fr/dimanchecinema
See:
There’s no time to lose! You have until 21 July to visit the fascinating exhibition at the BNF François Mitterrand (the National Library of France), entitled “Le Monde en sphère” (The World as a Globe). More than 200 outstanding items are displayed there, including terrestrial and celestial globes, world maps, thousand-year-old astrolabes and manuscripts dating from antiquity. Please note, thanks to a number of very special loaned items, the BNF is able to present the first known celestial globe in history, made from silver, dating from 200 BC and measuring just 6.4 cm in diameter, in addition to Coronelli’s majestic globes.
Further information and reservations: www.bnf.fr
Until 30 September, the Louvre Museum is devoting an exhibition to the Mariette Collection, from 27 June to 30 September 2019. A wonderful opportunity to discover Italian drawings and some of the great names associated with them. Among these, the collector Pierre-Jean Mariette, who was admitted as an honorary member of the Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture, collected the works of well-known artists such as Raphael, Michelangelo, Veronese, Guercino, Titien, or Carracci. Their work is exhibited at the Louvre and is sure to delight visitors.
Further information: www.louvre.fr
Until 29 July, the Centre Pompidou is proposing a highly original retrospective focusing on the work of photographic artist Dora Maar from 5 June to 29 July 2019. A great opportunity to discover the many facets of Picasso’s muse, from her surrealistic activities to her work in the fashion and portrait fields. The exhibition, organised in cooperation with the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles and the Tate Modern in London, also explores the photographer’s political and social commitment, through her "reports" and "her association with the October Group’s militancy and propaganda troupe".
Further information www.centrepompidou.fr

Hear:
Would you like a chance to hear Orelsan, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, or maybe The Strokes? If so, head for the legendary Lollapalooza Festival held at the Hippodrome de Longchamp racecourse on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July 2019. Considered as the world’s largest festival, attracting 120,000 festivalgoers per day in Chicago each summer, the Lollapalooza started life in the United States in the early 1990s. It’s been held in France since 2017.
Reservations: www.lollaparis.com
On 13 and 14 July, another famous festival, which started life in Brooklyn, will be held at La Seine Musicale in Boulogne-Billancourt. This year, Afropunk will be welcoming Solange, Raphael Saadiq, Janelle Monaé and Masego. Just like last year, it will also feature an area set aside for associations and for designers from all around the world.
View the complete event programme: www.afropunk.com
Just as it does every year, the National Holiday on 14 July will include an incredible firework display on the Champ-de-Mars. For the occasion, the Orchestre National de France and the Chœur & Maîtrise de Radio France choir school will be organising a huge free symphony concert at the foot of the Eiffel Tower featuring major international artists, starting at 9:15 PM. Don’t miss it!

Do:
Would you like to set off for undersea adventures at the commands of your own submarine? Head for The Escape Lab, in Paris’s second arrondissement, to discover Echo Squad, an exciting adventure midway between an escape game and a video game, in an ultra-realistic setting! Please note... To take part in this thrilling experience, participants will need coordination, the ability to handle equipment and a cool head to successfully complete their mission. Everyone will be assigned a post: captain, pilot, gunner, mechanic, sonar, etc.
Further information: www.escapelab.fr

For those who love a little excitement after nightfall, Sherwood Parc proposes a night-time tree climbing session on 13 July. Equipped with forehead-mounted lamps and plenty of courage, you can venture out into the dark listening to the leaves rustling around you between 9 AM and 1 in the morning. The event will be supervised by a team of professionals to guarantee safety for all.
Reservations: www.sherwoodparc.com

July is synonymous with the Tour de France. To celebrate the end of this famous race, come along on Sunday 20 July 2019 for a bike ride along the Champs Elysées, just a few hours before the racers arrive. This event is being organised to mark the 100th anniversary of the Yellow Jersey, from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM, over a 7-kilometre route between Avenue Foch and the tunnel in Avenue du Général Lemonnier.
To register: www.letour.fr

Thank you for following us. We’ll be back again next month!

Mots clés liés : Patricia Cunha, Bubble Sky, Bercy Village, BNF François Mitterrand, Le Monde en sphère, Louvre Museum, Centre Pompidou, Raphael, Michelangelo, Veronese, Guercino, Titien, Carracci, J. Paul Getty, Orelsan, Ben Harper, Lollapalooza, La Seine Musicale,

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