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The « Doré » way of life in Paris

It is said he brought the « power of the imagination to Europe ». Mainly thanks to his illustrations… Gustave Doré has illuminated a big part of the 19th century with black, verve and humour! Discover the « Doré » way of life thanks to the beautiful exhibition the Musée d'Orsay dedicated to him until June 5.

It is true that the Musée d'Orsay is a cult place for all those who love 19th century art in Paris. The former train station revisited as a museum was the ideal place to present this big exhibition about Gustave Doré (1832-1883), mainly celebrated for his incredible etchings of the works of Dante, Rabelais, Hugo or Balzac.

Original or imaginary. This time, in stead of just stopping at the illustrations that may have made the French artist famous, the exhibition meticulously reveals all the other sides of his work and his talents. From drawing to painting, from watercolour to sculpture. Often original or imaginary, the inspiration of Doré is expressed in all ranges of emotion!

http://www.musee-orsay.fr/fr/evenements/expositions/au-musee-dorsay/presentation-generale/article/gustave-dore-37172.html?tx_ttnews[backPid]=254&cHash=c57f7254f4

… be with you during your stay in Paris! Whether you’re a young Padawan or a Jedi, until June 30 a fun exhibition for extreme film-lovers will welcome you at the Cité du Cinéma de Paris - Saint Denis! And get a hold of this: it will unveil your affinities with the Force… or the dark side. Don’t miss the « StarWars identities » experience during your stay at the Opéra Cadet!

No, it is not the Death Star in orbit around Paris… but the legendary saga of Georges Lucas! The 2000m² exhibition is as big as the myth itself! Along 12 terminals, you can create an « avatar » and perform on 2 recreated film sets!

What will be your part? During the visit to the exhibition, aficionados will transform into a real Starwars character! Here you’ll find more than 200 items illustrating the Starwars myth: from impressive models to complete costumes… Indeed, may the force be with you! www.starwarsidentites.com/

Publié par f75cadet le Thursday 19 June 2014 à 16:20

... be with you during your stay in Paris! Whether you’re a young Padawan or a Jedi, until June 30 a fun exhibition for extreme film-lovers will welcome you at the Cité du Cinéma de Paris - Saint Denis! And get a hold of this: it will unveil your affinities with the Force… or the dark side. Don’t miss the « StarWars identities » experience during your stay at the Opéra Cadet!

No, it is not the Death Star in orbit around Paris… but the legendary saga of Georges Lucas! The 2000m² exhibition is as big as the myth itself! Along 12 terminals, you can create an « avatar » and perform on 2 recreated film sets!

What will be your part? During the visit to the exhibition, aficionados will transform into a real Starwars character! Here you’ll find more than 200 items illustrating the Starwars myth: from impressive models to complete costumes… Indeed, may the force be with you! 

http://www.starwarsidentites.com/

Publié par f75cadet le Friday 06 June 2014 à 15:41

This year, Mother’s Day takes place on May 25 in France. Even though you have probably not waited for this date to come and share lovely moments, it would be an idea to celebrate Mother’s Day in Paris! When staying at the Opéra Cadet, thousands of suggestions for outings are waiting for you…

Our team can always recommend a florist or a chocolate maker that will make you swoon… Paris is full of it. But why not celebrate the most beautiful Mum (yours) with an original night out near the hotel Opéra Cadet?

Ballet, theatre… Why not go to the Comédie Française, located nearby? The Misanthrope, Andromaque or A Dream Play are still on the bill in May… - http://www.comedie-francaise.fr/. And if your dear Mum just loves dancing, think about the ballets of the Opéra. http://www.operadeparis.fr/saison-2014-2015/ballet

Publié par f75cadet le Tuesday 20 May 2014 à 10:30

The Fair of Paris, a very intense visit, is a major event on the agenda of Paris. Exhibitors jostle, curious visitors are rushed to get there. The choice of a hotel for those who visit the Fair becomes essential. For the 2014 edition of the Fair from April 30 to May 11, the Hotel Opéra Cadet welcomes you to get a fill of calm in one of the most beautiful districts of Paris. 

Indeed, you’ll want and even need an absolute calm and relaxing setting after hours and days spent at the big exhibition areas of the fairs about - « world cultures », « gastronomy» or « housing » - of the Porte de Versailles.

Welcome to the Opéra Cadet!  If you have any projects like refurbishing your bathroom, installing a swimming pool or a veranda, you can be sure it will be an excellent idea to discover the hundred odd stands, tens of entertainments, workshops, parades, concerts and shows... So it is not very surprising to understand that you’ll need the best to relax at night! Welcome! http://m.foiredeparis.fr/Footer/Tarifs

Publié par f75cadet le Wednesday 30 April 2014 à 11:45

Before him, Rome wasn’t entirely the centre of the world yet. Before him, the word ‘imperator’ didn’t mean Emperor yet. Indeed, Augustus is one of the men who changed the face of the Antique World. And two thousand years later, Paris sees to adding a few laurels to his. Thanks to the Grand Palais and the Musée du Louvre, until July 13.

Often, people talk about his reign like a golden age. It is true that the great man the exhibition I, Augustus unwinds is not only the founder of what is later called the Roman Empire, but he is also the first prince of a Roman civilisation that seems to be at its climax.

The golden century. Statues with sculpted reliefs and frescos with exceptional reconstructions of villas. It all shows the Roman wealth and the power of the Antique Italy on the western world. Augustus, first emperor of the Roman Empire, also kept his fame thanks to the great writers of his century such as Virgil, Horace, Livy and Ovid.

http://www.grandpalais.fr/fr/evenement/moi-auguste-empereur-de-rome

Publié par f75cadet le Thursday 03 April 2014 à 10:35

Before becoming Republican, France was royal, and even imperial. One Empress has even become the French favourite for her modernity and sense of beauty. Coming spring, the small but endearing Musée du Luxembourg pays tribute to Joséphine, wife of Napoléon 1st and Empress. Enough imperial reasons to rediscover this Parisian museum.
Obviously, there will be souvenirs of the woman Joséphine was. But also of the wife she was, and of her private life with the Emperor. Naturally, you’ll find souvenirs of the sovereign, but also of the patron of arts and inspirer of fashion she was. Until June 29, items, documents but also art works will enlighten the portrait of this major figure of French history.
As a Creole, great traveller and modern woman, Joséphine loved art in all its forms. You’ll not be surprised to find famous art works and splendid illustrations with her influence on the history of art and styles during the consular and imperial period.
 http://www.museeduluxembourg.fr/fr/expositions/p_exposition-22/
 

Publié par f75cadet le Friday 21 March 2014 à 14:27

If they could, they would have been your roommates in Paris. Verdi and Wagner would stayed at Hotel Opera Cadet...like you ! They could reach easily the Opera Garnier. Enjoy until March 16, the proximity of this beautiful monument dedicated to music and opera to celebrate these two sacred monsters of the opera !

They have had two hundred years both in 2014. Sharing the same birth year, they have not been presented during their life time. The Opéra Garnier, in partnership with the BNF , decided to meet Verdi and Wagner posthumously.
Lyrical breath ! Your visit to the Opera Cadet do not miss lyrical breath as a few minutes walk you will be in the company of Aida creator and Tannhäuser father ! Or rather exciting memories and documents illustrating their lives and their works and performances. Visit the museum library opera until March 16 ! http://www.operadeparis.fr/blogopera/exposition-verdi-wagner

Publié par f75cadet le Monday 10 March 2014 à 15:52

After the celebration of the Art Nouveau, it seemed completely natural that the Art Deco took its place in the cultural agenda of the capital! As this movement derives from the first one and as various French creations had an important role in its international echo, the Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine de Chaillot highlights the crazy appeal of the Art Deco in Paris this winter!
Do you know the architects Sauvage, Mallet-Stevens or Patout, the decorators Véra, Süe, Mare and Ruhlmann, the fashion designer Poiret or even the sculptor Pompon? If you do, you are a great expert of the Art Deco, and you’ll only have one thing left to do: hustle to see this exhibition, held until March 3.
The appeal or the style. If you don’t know these artists, but if you are intrigued and curious about the geometrical forms as well as the dynamic and attractive energy of the Art Deco (1919-1940), do not hesitate. This retrospective is ideal to understand the origin of the style - the International Exhibition of 1925 - as well as its international spread! http://www.citechaillot.fr/fr/expositions/expositions_temporaires/25226-1925_quand_lart_deco_seduit_le_monde.html

 

Publié par f75cadet le Friday 21 February 2014 à 09:45

On all continents, Paris represents the city of love. That is probably why you have chosen to stay at the Opéra Cadet with your Valentine, around February 14. Well done to you! The hotel’s location is ideal: it invites you to explore Paris holding hands and… rise above:
You can start your romantic exploration by climbing the Montmartre hill. About twenty minutes walking from the hotel, take the cable-car to discover the steep alleyways up there and enjoy a unique view on the French capital from the Sacré-Cœur.
Paris from above! Then, back down towards the Opéra Cadet, why should you not stop at the department stores, just a few steps away? Go to Printemps Haussmann for a tea in the panoramic cafeteria "Déli-cieux", at the top floor with terrace…Then continue to the Champs-Elysées, where you can have one of the most beautiful views of the capital… from the Arc de Triomphe, Paris is shown in 360°!
 

Publié par f75cadet le Friday 07 February 2014 à 10:12

Discover or rediscover one of the greatest French photographers at the start of this New Year: Raymond Depardon is exhibited at the Grand Palais until February 10, 2014. The Opéra Cadet team recommends you to visit this exhibition, entitled « A sweet moment », during your stay at the hotel.

Of course Depardon is a photographer! And what kind of a photographer! But he is also a journalist or an artist with the attitude of an anthropologist. It has been over fifty years now that he has been offering us an incomparable view on our modern world. This time, the exhibition highlights his various journeys all over the world.

 

From Ethiopia to South America, Depardon speaks to us in colours of landscapes and the encounters that his career provoked. The intensity of his artistic life shows the existential magic of our relation to the worldhttp://www.grandpalais.fr/fr/evenement/raymond-depardon-un-moment-si-doux

Publié par f75cadet le Friday 24 January 2014 à 10:00
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