Every week there are new things to do, read, listen, watch… We want to present you our selection of the novelties of the week, the things that we liked, and that you may like.
On the program of the week, watch “Downtown Abbey”, go to the exhibition “L’Oeil et la Nuit”, to the air meeting at Le Bourget and discover the new Café Kitsuné!
L’œil et la Nuit
Since 19 September 2019, the Institute of Cultures of Islam presents “The eye and the night“. The works of eighteen artists from Africa, the Middle East and Europe question our perception of the world of night, between the secular and the sacred, real and imaginary.
The exhibition is divided into three parts: the first deals with the experience of the dark night as a source of knowledge and revelations; the second part proposes to travel through nights of disturbing and moving light, a place of solitude and adversity. Finally, the exhibition ends with artificial nights, between eclipses and illusions.
ICI Stephenson : 56, rue Stephenson, 75018
ICI Léon : 19, rue Léon, 75018
Air Meeting of the centenary of the Air and Space Museum at Le Bourget
For its centenary in 2019, the Air and Space Museum joins forces with the Aéro-Club to offer an exceptional air show at the Carrefour de l’Air.
In the afternoon of Sunday, September 29, a unique air show is organized in partnership with the Aero-Club, supported by the DGAC, the Foundation Saint-Exupéry and Paris Airport. Aerial acrobatics of old planes, presentation of planes in static on the tarmac, exchanges with the pilots, etc. The air show offers an exceptional opportunity to live the conquest of the air. The Patrouille de France honors this event by performing a complete demonstration for the public. Several world aerobatic champions, including current world champion Aude Lemordant and two-time world champion Catherine Maunoury, as well as other record pilots are expected for demonstrations.
Address of the day
The new Café Kitsuné at the Louvre
In 2013, Maison Kitsuné opened a first café in the capital in the Palais Royal gardens. Six years later, discover the brand new café Kitsuné, this time, a café-restaurant-bar!
Café Kitsuné Louvre was surrounded by a duo of Japanese chefs, Yuji Tani and Chihiro Yamazaki, serving breakfast granolas, Japanese pancakes or eggs Benedicte, and revisiting at lunch the French bistro dishes (croque-monsieur, salads…) and American dinners (burgers) with a slight Japanese touch.
Café Kitsuné : 2, place André Malraux, 75001
Downtown Abbey – Michael Engler
The Crawley and their intrepid staff prepare for the most important event of their lives: a visit from the King and Queen of England. This coming will not delay to trigger scandals, intrigues in love and shenanigans which will weigh on the future even of Downton.