Paris Nuit Blanche2014: Contemporary Arts Celebration
From 04 October 2014 to 05 October 2014
The night when art and culture reign until dawn.
Nuit Blanche is when all Paris galleries, museums, libraries, city halls... open their doors all night to visitors. Light installations, edgy performances and concerts are all free.
First launched in 2002, Paris Nuit Blanche has become a tradition held every first Saturday of October.
The 2014 edition of the Nuit Blanche in Paris once again celebrates art on the night of 4 October. Fifty international artists invited will bring a little contemporary art into your life.
This cultural event that attracts a wider audience every year offers a tour through the Bassin de la Villette, the Banks of the Seine, Belleville, Ménilmontant and the Marais. This year, the left bank is also invested.
Paris Nuit Blanche 2014 boasts a whole programme of new and ambitious projects that will make this night a perfect introduction to the world of contemporary art. Already in its 13th edition, the festival will this year play host to more art and music than ever before, even making use of brand new venues as yet unopened to the public.
Among the fifty invited artists, there will be the Pakistani miniaturist Imran Qureshi, American street artist Mark Jenkins, Chloe Moglia and Chapuisat Brothers.
As soon as the sun of 4th October goes down, Parisians and tourists alike are invited to rediscover Paris and its treasures in a new light, around a course punctuated with contemporary works.