The new Best-of Paris celebrates living art
On September 26, the Musée des Arts et Métiers lit up to pay tribute to his city, with the launch of the third volume of Best Of Paris, an essential edition for all lovers of the City of Light and its cultural life. Forget the”little black book” whose addresses are exchanged sparingly and make way for this large format whose scarlet cover is as brilliant as its content is brilliant, just like the”living art” of Paris.
As the pages go by, it is emblematic figures, such as the extraordinary photographer Ali Mahdavi, who reveal themselves through the icy pages of this new edition, always highlighting the Parisian cultural exception, a geographically unique and yet universally celebrated microcosm.
Under the vaults of the great nave, all those who make Parisian life what it is have come together: artists, creators but also actors in the economic life between the bosses of leading French Tech start-ups and captains of industry. Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Nathalie Pasqua or the Benzaquen brothers found themselves at the sound of the very glamorous Anja Sugar to celebrate this edition ambassadress of a typically Parisian art of being and whose reputation is not any more to make. Indispensable!