Fancy a free Takashi Murakami work? Perrotin gallery launches art treasure hunt in Paris
French gallery is hiding 20 valuable works in the empty nave of the Grand Palais—and the public have 48 hours to find them and take them home
Grand Palais's long-awaited renovation curtailed over soaring costs
Following government intervention, the historic Parisian exhibition space will now undergo a more 'sober restoration'
Paris to build temporary venue near Eiffel Tower to host Grand Palais's shows when it closes in 2021
Culture chief Chris Dercon says the new space will hold events during the museum's three-year refurbishment, including a collaboration with Unesco
Candy floss floaters and Yayoi Kusama’s punctured pumpkin: all the fun of the (Fiac) fair
Paris exhibition to cast El Greco in new light
Survey at the Grand Palais aims to distance itself from the stereotypes usually associated with the artist
A missing chapter in the history of the decorative arts: the Restoration and July Monarchy
Louvre-organised show at the Grand Palais of neglected period of production
The extraordinary cultural energy of 18th-century Venice
Art, music and architecture flourished in the Republic for the last time
Former Tate Modern chief Chris Dercon takes the reins at the Grand Palais in Paris
The Belgian curator, who quit the Volksbühne Theatre in April, has been appointed head of the culture body Rmn-GP
Can an increase in two-artist booths spur sales at Paris's Fiac?
Artist pairings have grown in popularity for this year's edition of the fair at the Grand Palais
Fiac fair confirms move to temporary venue near Eiffel Tower
Fairs held at the Grand Palais forced to move out of the historic venue during extensive renovations beginning 2021
The best that was and will be: Curator interviews
Curators and scholars on their key exhibitions of 2013, 2014 and beyond.
Air of malaise at Paris fairs
A scheduling clash and an unfriendly tax environment slowed business at most fairs
Fiac '07 fair report: Fiac makes a strong comeback with new location at the Grand Palais
Collectors and dealers praise the quality of art on offer
Interview with Anselm Kiefer: “Expectations are always unfulfilled”
Anselm Kiefer on leaving his studio of 15 years, the commercialisation of art and why the Holocaust still matters
Fiac bounces back thanks to homegrown collectors
François Pinault, Bernard Arnault and Claude Berri attended, among many others
The score for “turner, whistler, monet”
This show originated last year at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto under the curatorial leadership of Catharine Lochnan, before touring in 2005 to the Grand Palais in Paris and Tate Modern, London. It attracted very large numbers of visitors at all three venues.
Unity of the arts: “Art nouveau” at the V&A and “1900” at the Grand Palais.
Artists and designers 100 years ago were united in their embrace of modernity
The National Gallery provides a grand overview of Lorenzo Lotto, the 16th century painter with a still undefined image
The exhibition contains some stunning examples of Lorenzo Lotto’s approach to portraiture, which is to show the private rather than the public individual
Dispute over loans for Khmer art exhibition at Paris's Grand Palais has reached a compromise
Government ministers quarrel over paperwork, but also over the care and safety of 'sacred and symbolic' treasures
The collector who ushered the Impressionists into the Louvre
A collection of works donated to the nation by Etienne Moreau-Nélaton on display at the Grand Palais