"Nuit Blanche", this term is no longer weird. It is becoming more and more familiar with contemporary arts enthusiasts in Paris.
For the 13th consecutive year, Paris monuments, theatres, galleries, museums, libraries, tourist sites, parks and gardens... stays up to welcome parisians and tourists alike for a massive nocturnal art festival.
"Nuit Blanche 2014" is scheduled October 4, 2014, in the streets of the Left Bank of Paris. Many cultural institutions ideally situated on the route will be stakeholders in this new edition of Nuit Blanche: the Palais de Tokyo, the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris, the Musée Guimet, the National School of Fine Arts , the Grand Palais, the Petit Palais, the City of Architecture and Heritage Museum of Decorative Arts, the Louvre, the Pompidou Centre, the Cité Internationale des Arts, the Institute of the Arab World, the François Mitterrand Library ...
"Nuit Blanche Paris 2014" will host more than 50 contemporary artists who will offer the public an extensive program of visual and sound installations, concerts and edgy performances all for free. The most renowned of which are the Pakistani miniaturist Imran Qureshi, American street artist Mark Jenkins, Chloe Moglia and the Swiss Chapuisat Brothers.
Guests staying at one of Les Grands Hotels Parisiens could join parisians and stay up the night when art and culture reign until dawn.