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    Pop-Up Paris

    Inspired by Couture Week, which just ended, and all the very au courant and spontaneous things to see in Paris these days, we decided to explore everything temporary, finite and in motion right now in The City of Light.

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    The Pop-Up Scene in Paris

    The Sporting Project

    74, rue des Gravilliers
    +33 (0)9 52 55 11 66

    The creative enterprise of Jenny Capano and Tara Gilson, who met working at 3.1 phillip lim, these pop-up dinners happen every few months, transplanting NYC restaurants to Bob's Kitchen in Paris. First, they took on Fat Radish and then, last week, Hudson Clearwater. Check in, as there are more restaurant throw downs to come from this pair. Also, Bob’s Kitchen, a popular organic lunch canteen, is a worthwhile visit any day. Here’s a delicious cocktail we tried.

    Photo: Lindsay McCallum (@girlmeetswhirl)

    The Mutiny

    Shake the following well.

    • 1 1/2 oz aged rum
    • 1 oz velvet falernum
    • 1 oz fresh lime juice
    • 1/2 oz brown sugar syrup
    • Fill with ginger beer
    • Top with angostura bitters and a mint leaf

    OrelSan

    For listening while you read...They're calling this guy the French Eminem.
    This track seemed to be on repeat all week in Paris.

    "RaelSan"
    by OrelSan

    The Museum of Everything Edition //#Exhibition 1.1
    (through February 24th, if not longer)


    Left: Charles August Albert Dellschau, untitled, 1910/20 © The Museum of Everything
    Right: Bill Taylor, untitled, c 1937/42. © The Museum of Everything

    14, boulevard Raspail

    This is The Museum of Everything’s first foray into Paris at the new space run by Chalet Society (founded by the famed Palais de Tokyo’s former director, Marc Olivier Wahler).

    The Museum of Everything is known for bringing international awareness to non-traditional, self-taught and so-called outsider artists, people who produce mainly for themselves and not for an audience. As founder James Brett puts it, these artists are motivated by a "fundamental need to communicate".


    Photo: Nicolas Krief © The Museum of Everything

    Exhibition #1.1 took about a month to curate, as the team took special care to truly understand the particularities of the space - a former Catholic seminary in the heart of St. Germain.


    Photo: Nicolas Krief © The Museum of Everything

    As to whether The Museum of Everything will continue its global activities or find a permanent home, James says, "A full-time space is a bit like marriage. As The Museum of Everything is currently a bachelor, it’s still sleeping around..."

    The Café of Everything


    Courtesy of Derrière, Paris and Momo and Sketch, London. Photo Pavlos Metaxas © The Museum of Everything

    Unique to the Paris show, The Café of Everything is a tasty pop-up resto created by the team behind London's Momo and Sketch. Working with their Parisian establishment Derrière, they have adapted their menu for a French audience and are open for late lunches and early dinners.

    Table Ronde

    58, rue de Saintonge
    +33 (0)1 44 54 88 87

    With each month comes a new chef, and with each chef, a different dinner for sixteen. Served up in a sleek space in the Marais, this is one of the more established supper clubs in Paris. Not to mention, the ultra gourmet traveling panini counter, "Pressing," coming to Table on February 14th and 15th. Check their website for updates and to sign up for a meal.

    Demory


    Photo: Geoffroy Gomez

    62, rue Quincampoix
    + 33 (0)1 43 79 86 80

    Jonathan Kron and Kai Lorch, the brains behind the brewery Demory, have opened a temporary space near the Pompidou. They’re on 62 rue Quincampoix until the 2nd of February and then move across the street to #57. Bringing beer to a wine drinker’s city, they cleverly mix beer-based cocktails. Here are two:

     

    Beer Collins

    • a slice of cucumber
    • two pinches of sugar (depending on your sweet tooth)
    • juice of half a lime
    • Roquette Blanche (or a good Weiss beer)

    The Demoryto

    • a jigger of good bourbon
    • a bottle of Demory’s Astroblonde (or a good Pilsner)
    • a pinch of sugar
    • a squeeze of lime
    • one sprig of mint

    In Good Company

    131, avenue Parmentier
    + 33 (0)1 55 28 78 88

    Le Dauphin, Inaki Aizpitarte’s sleek wine bar now hosts the occasional guest mixologist night with dinner by Le Dauphin and drinks c/o the hottest bartenders out there. Their first was with Tony Conigliaro of the new bar Le Coq. Keep an eye out on FB for the next collaboration.

    The Burgeoning Burger Scene

    Luis Menocal, a friend and fellow foodie resident, breaks down the burger scene in Paris.

    Blend
    44, rue d'Argout
    Avg. price: 10 eur.

    "Blend sticks to its French heritage and is not afraid of showing it - they cook gourmet burgers. The quality of the ingredients is there: homemade buns, fries and ketchup, and the meat is local. If you are looking for an authentic rather than gourmet burger, you’re in the wrong place. I must admit, that the burgers are tremendously good."

    Paris New York
    50, rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
    Avg. price: 10 eur.

    "'It's all in there,' said the main waiter at PNY. 'There's a prostitute next door, the street is dirty, it feels more like New York and less like Paris.' He's right. PNY owners chose the right street for an authentic American burger: a corner of Paris that exudes decadence. The joint has a beat up 70's vibe and makes you feel like you're in for a treat. And indeed, the burgers are great. The cheddar is old, the bread is rustic and the fries are awesome. It's all in there. Good job PNY!"

    Le Camion Qui Fume
    (burger truck, follow on www.lecamionquifume.com)
    Avg. price: 7 eur.

    "Am I allowed to say oral orgasm? If not, I would say poetry in the form of buns and meat. Authentic? Yes, it's a burger truck. The ingredients are top-notch and it’s a young entrepreneur from California with a substantial culinary education who flips them. However, good things come at a cost. Due to the outstanding popularity that these burgers enjoy, the average queue time is about forty minutes on a cold day. Shake Shack customers in NYC know what I'm talking about."


    Courtesy Cantine California

    Cantine California
    (burger truck, follow on www.cantinecalifornia.com)
    Avg. price: 7 eur.

    Cantine California, another food truck is not to be missed. Burgers, again but with a Californian edge, like the "Half Moon Bay" Burger. The thing about these burger trucks is, in a city where most people take the time to sit down to every meal, getting food on the go feels pretty revolutionary.

    Graffiti Spotting

    Between burgers, Luis snaps his favorite Parisian graffiti throughout the city.

    From Mr. Chat:

    Mr Chat

    The half-French/half-Swiss Monsieur Chat is Thomas Vuille by day.

    From Space Invader:

    Space Invader

    If you're looking, you can find Space Invader's work in cities all over the world.

    From Atem:

    Atem

    A piece by the famous Atem from Frankfurt.

    Anonymous:

    Atem

    This unknown artist goes to wealthy neighborhoods, letting people know how much a square meter costs in each place.

    Night out at Silencio

    Here’s a short tracklist from a recent visit to the super cool David Lynch designed club.

    "Jump To It"
    by Aretha Franklin

    "I’m Going To Go"
    by Jago

    "Inspector Norse"
    by Todd Terje

    "Beam Me Up"
    (Jacques Renault Remix) by Midnight Magic

    "Love Lost"
    by Alan Braxe and Fred Falke

    Most Rated 2013
    Defected Presents

    Our top shows right now:

    Joseph Beuys, Iphigenie exhibition, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris-Pantin. Photo: Philippe Servent.

    Thaddaeus Ropac
    – Joseph Beuys, Iphigenie

    Pieces from Joseph Beuys' classic performance are displayed in the gallery's brand new performance space.

    69, avenue du Général Leclerc
    +33 (0)1 55 89 01 10

    Le Bal
    – Antoine D’Agata, Anticorps

    A dramatic and challenging body of work by the Magnum Photographer. 

    6, impasse de la Défense
    +33 (0)1 44 70 75 50

    Photo: Antoine d’Agata - Magnum photos - Croningen, 2003 Courtesy Galerie Les filles du calvaire, Paris
    Photo: Credit tk

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    FOOD FOOD

    111, boulevard Beaumarchais
    + 33 (0)1 42 77 00 33

     

    This month, one of our favorite shops in Paris covers (and sells) kitchen trends. Enamelware features in a big way, as does the color white.   

    Fondation Cartier
    – Yue Minjun "L'Ombre du Fou Rire"

    261, boulevard Raspail
    +33 (0)1 42 18 56 50

    Photo: Yue Minjun Sky, 1997.

    A massive exhibition of this Chinese artist’s bright paintings and drawings. The first major exhibition for his work in Europe.

    Photo: Inez & Vinoodh,
    Lady Gaga – Joey Calderone 3, Yoü & I, 2011

    Gagosian
    – Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

    4, rue de Ponthieu
    +33 (0)1 75 00 05 92

    An exhibition of this famed duo's stunning (and often surprising) portraits (that's Lady GaGa above), alongside their stark and powerful flower prints.

    The goop collection

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