Are you into gastronomy or art?

Are you into gastronomy or art?

Published on 19 November 2017 in

The Hotel Les Plumes Hotel offers you high-quality service while ensuring that your stay is marked by countless memorable moments. We've come up with a few events in the capital from October onwards that you won't want to miss. Do you lean towards the masterpieces created by famous chefs or to the works of artistic geniuses? Whatever your preference, you're sure to be satisfied when you follow our guide!

 

Gourmands head to Café Michalak – a crossroads of flavours

Christophe Michalak is one of the most famous French pastry chefs of recent years. Attracting all those who love sweet and savoury delicacies, he finally installed a corner for gourmets in Paris. The Cafe Michalak is a worthy newcomer to the city of the Eiffel Tower. Its original décor offers a modern setting so that those moments of tasting are also sublime moments of escapism. Can't choose a date to visit? Just go along to this pastry Utopia whenever you want, it's just a short walk from Les Plumes Hotel.

 

Gauguin the Alchemist - the man who proved that genius cannot be explained

His is a name that you may or may not be familiar with, yet Gauguin is perhaps best remembered as one of the most atypical painters of the second half of the 19th century. A versatile artist, he explored sculpture, ceramics, drawing and engraving with great ease, yielding to the whims of his genius and expressing himself according to his moods. As a pioneer of modern art, he had a career that was rich in adventure. Each new work was an occasion, but one through which certain motives and themes always appeared. It’s been said that Gauguin wanted to symbolise artistic universality, while recalling that the history of men was invariably repetitive.

Discover the works of one of the world's great artistic geniuses for yourself during your stay at Les Plumes Hotel. A retrospective of the artist's amazing career, the 'Gauguin: Artist as Alchemist' exhibition at the Grand Palais until 22nd January 2018 is a rare opportunity to see over 200 works including paintings, drawings, ceramics, engravings and sculptures.  Laid out over several exhibition rooms, the event invites you to learn about the artist's techniques and explores his experimentation with various media. An essential outing for art lovers that's within easy reach of your comfortable room at Les Plumes.

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