Where? Musée Cognacq-Jay, 8 rue Elzevir, Paris 3rd When? February 25-June 25 2017 Set in parallel with the Carnival of Venice 2017, the floating city’s biggest party has been born again in Paris, illustrated by a collection of around 60 works from masters Tiepolo, Guardi, Canaletto or Longhi.
The rightly adored, 4AD-signed New York alt rock institution are back with a new album. Will they carry on with the cleaner, crisper sound of 'Penny Sparkle', or swerve back into layered and woozy dream-pop, beats-driven electro/synth soundscapes and urgent, FX-soaked alt rock? Whatever the answer, their large-scale live performances are never less than enthralling.
Rising Swedish indie pop star Tove Lo stepped into the spotlight with her unflinching break-up anthem 'Habits' – 'You’re gone and I gotta stay high all the time, to keep you off my mind,' it goes, which ought to give a vague idea as to which 'habits' she’s referring to – and follow up single ‘Not on Drugs’ . She performs in support of her album Lady Wood.
Where? Musée d’Orsay, 1 rue de la legion d’Honneur, Paris 7th When? March 14-June 25 2017 In collaboration with Toronto’s ‘Art Gallery of Ontario’, the Musée d’Orsay’s exhibition proposes a journey through the mystical aspect of the symbolist landscapes, featuring work from Gauguin, Klimt, Monet, van Gogh and Emily Carr.