Looking for good ideas and places? With exhibitions, festivals, concerts, shops, capsule collections, restaurants, bars and more, our Urban Guide pages tell you what's on and what's just opened on the Côte d’Azur. A great way to discover all the richness and diversity of the Côte d'Azur's culture, shopping, food and drink, from Saint-Tropez to Monaco. Local creators also have their say in these pages.

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  • Après des études à la Villa Arson de Nice (ex-Ecole des Art Décoratifs), c’est vers la photographie publicitaire et le portrait que se tourne Jean-Michel Sordello. Sa collaboration avec le magazine COTE date du tout premier numéro. Il n’a jamais rompu avec le domaine artistique : il publie deux livres sur les artistes contemporains de la C
  • Louis Pons retrospective
  • Pons liked to say that “the tool knows more than the hand and the hand more than the head”. His output has been compared to Surrealism and to Outsider Art. Born in Marseille, he was first a metalworker, then a press cartoonist and self-taught artist. He produced ink drawings swarming with plant forms, insects and hybrid animal shapes, and sculp
  • Agnès Thurnauer : On se retrouve chez toi
  • This is one of the most entertaining exhibitions around. The title of the show means “Let’s meet up at your place”. Henri Matisse died in 1954, but the exhibition starts with 50 letters to Matisse from this literature-loving artist. The forms she uses, combining words and geometry in a wide variety of colours, raise questions about the bounda
  • Nice Sylvana Lorenz : Les égéries de Pierre Cardin
  • Couturier Pierre Cardin (1922-2020) went in for futuristic cuts and celebrated the women he loved by designing dresses for them. In this show you can see a dozen garments he designed for Jeanne Moreau and Sylvana Lorenz, alongside paintings of Palais Bulles, where Cardin lived, by illustrators Phil de Rodrigue (gouache) and Caroline Denis (watercol
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