Philosophical meetings at the Nolinski Paris


Philosophical meetings @Nolinski Paris

The Grand Salon at the Nolinski Paris is the setting for a monthly discussion between the philosopher Emmanuel Leclercq, founder of “Devenir pour agir", and a public figure. 

Elegant tête-à-tête

Elegant tête-à-tête with artist photographer Abigaïl Auperin. Discover the exclusive interview she gave to Evok Collection.


What does winter mean for you musically? Do you prefer the beach or the mountains? By Frek Viktor, music director.

A little stroll through Paris

They are artisans. They have a street-front presence in Paris. You just need to push open the door of their workshop to see them at work.

The Getaway

Perched on the slopes of Mount Taurus, with the blue of the Ionian Sea and the fumaroles of Mount Etna in the background, Taormina is undoubtedly one of the prettiest towns in Sicily.

We’ve read all about it

Gilles Schlesser invites us to stroll through Paris, exploring the addresses of over a thousand authors and characters.

Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) and the Lure of the Copy

This is the first exhibition in the Peggy Guggenheim Collection devoted exclusively to Marcel Duchamp, the French painter, visual artist and writer.

Venice Carnival

For ten days, Venice is transformed into a vast theatre of celebration and extravagance. There's a different event for every day.

Orsay: The Last Months of Van Gogh’s Life in Auvers-sur-Oise

Vincent van Gogh lived in Auvers-sur-Oise for only two months, from May 20 to July 29, 1890; however, this period was artistically rejuvenating, showcasing his distinct style and development.

The Lion King

The touching story of Simba and his conquest of the Pride Lands continues to draw crowds, with over 110 million spectators worldwide.
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