Time to stay up all night and see Paris like you’ve never seen before.
For one night only, this Saturday, October 4, 2014, the Left Bank of Paris will become an open air museum with art installations from over 50 international contemporary artists. Every first Saturday in October for the past 13 years has become the annual Nuit Blanche citywide art exhibition which changes neighborhoods and themes each year. To accommodate the ever growing number of visitors, this year’s theme, Itinéraire de la Grande Randonée Artistique, features six neighborhood walks that will allow everyone to leisurely appreciate the various works of art which will be mainly displayed outdoors. Some of this year’s artists include the American street artist Mark Jenkins and French aerial artist Chloé Moglia.
- For added convenience, several restaurants and food trucks will be open throughout the night along each of the six itineraries.
- For families unable to stay up late, a free Sunday Brunch will be offered at both the Cité de la Mode et du Design and Hôpital Necker so that the kids can still see some of the art installations that will not be taken down until Sunday evening.
For more information:
- Check out the full program here: Nuit Blanche 2014
- Video Presentation of Nuit Blanch 2014 : Nuit Blanche 2014 video
Bonne Nuit Blanche 2014!