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Tonight at Les Caves des Chapelais

Mixid present
an evening of electro music and projection of films with the theme Paris-Berlin. After midnight there will be a performance entitled, "Ma Public Therapy" followed by DJ's Fabster and Mademoiselle Jayne.

22h - 06h at Cave Le Chapelais - 7 Rue Le Chapelais - 17eme - Metro Place de Clichy or La Fourche

Paris-Berlin, eh? What's the difference? As far as I know a sandwich Greq is about 1.50 euros in Berlin, in Paris it's about 3.50 euros, plus, people in Berlin takes more drugs.

Studio share available in Vitry


An I V Y paris participant has a studio in Vitry-sur-Seine to share:

"the space is 27m sq and I am looking for someone to share it with. It would suit a painter, or graphic artist. The rent is 200 euros / month. Vitry is an up and coming area for artists, the studio space comprises 9 studios, set in really nice surroundings. It is light, dry and most importantly in winter - warm! It also has 24 hour access. The studio is very close to the RER, and is also easy to get to by taking the 180 bus from Liberte metro (line 8)"

If you are a member of the "Salon" you can contact her through the website direct.

Fin de siecle


I had a lot more time for Communism before I came to live in France.......but that's another story. I might be tempted to the Fete de l'Humanité this year as rock god and best gig givers ever, Iggy & The Stooges, are headlining this year on Saturday 15th September.

I'll have to weigh it up. It's either a previous engagement - a tour of the architectural chefs-d'oeuvres of the 16th Arrondissement and the interior of Le Corbusier's renowned Villa La Roche or Le IG....

I don't think it has ever seemed so clear to me that I might be getting on a bit in the years. What to choose? Political "radicalism" and mosh pit........or............. sinking slowly into middle age?

Lalande Digital Printing Press and art blog

Photo by David Mccairley
Artist and writer Matthew Rose has another string to his bow, he works with Lalande Digital Art Press and many of the I V Y artists have benefited from his printing advice. The company have started a new blog to highlight some of the fun jobs they do. I can vouch for the fact they are quick, efficient and pleasant to deal with.

The posts talk in further detail about the artist's works than just the job they are having printed; read about David Mccairley's adventures at the Paris Tattoo fair or the wine label we created for Stormhoek as sponsors's of the IVY paris exposition held at the Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Pitie-Salpêtrière May 2006..

Danielle Voirin curates EXCLUSIVE I V Y Paris event

Danielle Voirin

It's great to be back for the Rentrée with an EXCLUSIVE I V Y Paris event: Photographer Danielle Voirin hosts and curates a night of photography projections from the fairer sex at her atelier in the 13th district of Paris.
Anne-Sophie Jal
Vilma Pimenoff
Aurelie Prissette
Elena Rossini
Sue Rynski
Danielle Voirin

Photos by David Mccairley and Peter M. Ferenczi from a previous event.

Everybody welcome - please contribute by bringing beverages and snacks.
Takes place Friday, September 28, 2007 at 7:00 PM
For more details, see the full listing on meetup.

Fondation Cartier

For the last few years the Fondation Cartier has seen consistently good shows and an investment in young artists. Check out the "Soirees Nomades" multi-media evening events. The beautiful building was designed by French architect Jean Nouvel.

Fondation Cartier
261 boulevard Raspail
75014 Paris
T: +33 (0)1 42 18 56 50

Jeu de Paume

Showing photography, video and film the Jeu de Paume also offers talks, lectures and courses. There are two sites; one at the Place Concorde and another in the Marais, inside the magnificent Hotel Sully.

 

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La Villette

In the Parc de la Villette, which was the site of Paris' old abattoir, you'll find a multitude of things to do.  Art and music events galore and in the summer, a free open-air cinema, a science museum, (Cité des Sciences et de l'industrie), a cavernous concert hall, the Zenith, for big-name bands and Cabaret Sauvage, a more intimate venue for concerts, theatre and cabaret inside a circus tent!

Parc de la Villette
211, avenue Jean Jaurès
75019 Paris

Aux Crus de Bourgogne

Want to eat where the Parisians do? This is the place. More foie gras and lobster than you can shake a stick at.

Aux Crus de Bourgogne
3 rue Bachaumont
75002
01 42 33 48 24

La Musardine

  Paris' erotic bookstore is just the thing if you feel like some titillation. It's all here: essays, novels, bande dessinée (French comic strips) and nude and erotic photography, (both gay and straight versions).

La Musardine
122 rue du Chemin-Vert
75011

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