bienvenue a paris



bienvenue a paris
Our warmest thanks to all of those who have contributed to the success
of the tournament: our institutional and trading partners, our volunteers
and hosts, etc.
And finally of course, many thanks to you for being here and being loyal
to our tournament. And now, let’s set Paris on fire!
This little booklet contains useful information for the tournament and for
discovering Paris. Happy reading!
Do not hesitate and go to our blog website: .
With sporting regards,
Acrobad, Goodminton and Sitébad.
The three LGBT Badminton clubs of Paris – Acrobad, Goodminton and
Sitébad – are happy and proud to welcome you to their European
tournament, ParisBad 2013.
As always, we have been trying hard to offer you a good quality and
friendly event.
For the first time in its history, ParisBad tournament will take place in
the Halle Carpentier, the largest sports hall in Paris.
It is also with great pleasure that we will welcome you at the elegant
town hall of the 4th arrondissement of Paris. Could we have found a
better place to celebrate the same sex marriage bill voted and
promulgated this very year? It was about time!
The Paris tournament also includes a festive interlude with its Party in
one of the most famous and shady places of Paris nightlife and its
brunch followed by an afternoon in Bercy Park or at the new Joséphine
Baker swimming pool.
With 275 competitors, the 2013 event already looks great!
CONTACTS case of emergency
Laurent (French)
Olivier (French)
Jean-Philippe (English)
Heng (German)
WELCOME EVENT - Thursday, 4 July
Town hall of the 4th arrondissement (Mairie du IVème arrondissement)
18H00 – 22H00
2 place Baudoyer – 75004 Paris
Metro stations: Hôtel de Ville, Saint-Paul, Pont Marie
It will be the opportunity for us to give you your welcome package with
little gifts, for you to meet your host and to see all your badminton
friends again.
What you will find there:
Cheeses matured by Au cœur du Marché, Parisian “maître
affineur”, white and red wines for you to taste.
Presale payment and ticket collection for the Party at Scène
Ladies’ Night
party reserved for the girls at the Jacasses bar, 5 rue des Ecouffes from
COMPETITION - Friday, 5 and Saturday, 6 July
La Halle Georges Carpentier
8h00 – 20h00
81 boulevard Massena – 75013 Paris
Underground: line 7, stop at Porte d’Ivry or Porte de Choisy
Tram: line 3, stop at Porte de Choisy
Bus: lines 83, 37 (stop at Porte d’Ivry) or 47 (stop at Porte d’Italie)
Vélib’: stations n° 13-40, 13-117 and 13-41
Mixed doubles:
Friday, 5 July
Friday, 5 July
Saturday, 6 July
Free pastries for the early birds!
Be careful! There are many players so please be on time (that means that you
arrive at the beginning of registration and not at the end!), otherwise your
participation may be cancelled for the day without reimbursement.
A little bit of history and geography
Built in 1960, the Halle Georges Carpentier, located inside the largest
sports complex of Paris, is a multipurpose sports hall with 4800 seats.
Numerous important French sporting events have taken place here, such
as the World Fencing Championships, the Table Tennis World Cup or the
Badminton Open.
The 13th arrondissement is the historical Chinatown of Paris. Why not
take advantage of this to discover the rainbow-coloured Chinese shops
and do not miss the nationwide famous Frères Tang (the main shop is at
48 avenue d’Ivry).
You must be at the sports hall on time (see REGISTRATION), at least out
of respect and courtesy for the other players.
Otherwise you might face sanctions, namely be stricken off for the day.
Our partner Plusdebad will arrange a stand for sports equipment and
string repair., 12 rue Coypel, Place d’Italie, Paris XIIIe
Have a good match!
Shuttlecocks are provided. Categories A and B+ play with feather
shuttlecocks but no shuttlecocks are provided for warm-up. Other
categories play with plastic shuttlecocks.
What is unheard of in any LGBT tournament is that all matches in the
first round will be played in two sets with no setting (up to 21). In the
final round, matches will be played best out of three with setting. Since
there are many players and we are on a tight schedule we would ask
you to be disciplined concerning the timing. If you take too long for the
first round matches it will, unfortunately, be impossible to guarantee
that all players get through to the second round.
Warm-up time is 3 minutes maximum before each match. If you show
up late for a match, you will be stricken off for the match. As soon as
the match or pool matches are finished, the players must bring the
scoring sheet to the scoring table as soon as possible according to
guidelines given by the organisation team.
Within each pool, a person will be chosen. This person will be in charge
of the pool management and the only one that will deal with the
organisation team.
A bottle of water is provided at registration and lunch during lunch time.
A café will also be available during the day.
It is strictly forbidden to eat inside the sports hall except in the dining
room. Only bottles of water are allowed on the courts. You are asked to
respect this rule and keep the place clean. Any damage done to the
sports hall and the equipment may lead to legal proceedings by the local
authorities. The organisation team accepts no responsibility in case of
accident, injuries, loss, theft or any other kind of harm. It is up to each
competitor to take out his/her own insurance.
PARTY - Saturday, 6 July
La Scène Bastille
23:00 till dawn
2 bis rue des Taillandiers, Paris 11th
Lines 1 and 5 (stop at Bastille), line 8 (stop at Bastille or Ledru-Rollin)
Vélib: stations n° 11002, n° 11003 and n° 11004
Noctilien (Night buses, plentiful on Saturday nights)
Lines N01, N02, N11 and N16
Alpha Taxis
Taxis G7
Taxis Bleus
THE Party !
With the outstanding DJ Stéphane Darras who will mix soul, funk, disco,
garage, deep house, hip hop, electro et other types of music for the
dance-floor. That is why we are counting on you for setting the place on
fire and for bringing your friends.
Be careful! This is a private party; there are no ticket sales at the door.
Ticket reservation and payment through and at the
welcome event on Thursday, 4 July at the town hall of the 4th
Ticket price: 12 Euros
And this year, some guys are preparing a short offbeat show that only
they are able to conceive!
Our friends from other LGBT sports clubs and the members of the little
co-operative Sous Le Short des Filles (Under Girls’ Shorts) are also
A little bit of history and geography
Although its spirit is no longer as underground and alternative as it used
to be, Scène Bastille is still a lively place of Parisian nightlife. Bobos
(French hipsters) opt for the surrounding areas, especially the area
between the underground stations of Voltaire, Ledru-Rollin and Nation,
where there are many trendy restaurants, bistros, wine bars with
refurbished old-fashioned counters. Perfect for having dinner before the
The Scène Bastille is still a great alternative party place. Apart from its
quality early concerts, Scène Bastille remains a hip and friendly
nightclub and offers the shady scene enjoyable night events such as the
unambiguous Code 69 Party and for a short while the Grand Bal du Fuck
(Great Fuck Ball), a party organised by the Ginettes armées since the
only lesbian and mixed bar-club of Paris, the Troisième lieu, closed
BRUNCH - Sunday, 7 July
La Terrasse de Bercy
11h30 – 14h00
La Terrasse de Bercy
2 rue Henri Desgrange / 102 rue de Bercy 75012 Paris
Underground: Lines 6 and 14 (stop at Bercy)
Vélib’: stations n° 12024, n° 12025, n° 12026 and n° 12031
Two hot drinks
One glass of fresh orange juice
Sparkling or still water
Two slices of bread with butter and jams
Croissant AOC
Pain au chocolat AOC
A plate with omelette, bacon, grilled tomatoes, potato pancake
Fruit salad
Swimming and sun-bathing at Joséphine Baker swimming pool
The chic and trendy Joséphine Baker swimming pool, moored at Quai
François Mauriac, just below the National Library, is the only swimming
pool built on the Seine River! It is a designer, contemporary place with a
main pool of 25 m x 10 m divided into 4 lanes and two solaria, one on
the roof, 590 m² with a teak-covered terrace looking down on the Seine
and a breath-taking view, and one on the embankment level, 500 m²
with tables and sunshades.
Entrance price (Summer price!): € 5 for the first two hours and € 2.60
per extra hour.
The more the merrier! Join us even if you do not have lunch with us! It
will do you good to sober up…
A little bit of history and geography
The development of the long neglected Bercy area and its surroundings has been
spectacular these past 20 years. The little lungs of the capital, the diversified
Bercy park covers 14 hectares: with popular meadows, large shaded lawns at the
park Isaac Rabin covered with flowers and species planted on the remains of
former vineyards of Paris. To the West stand the Ministry of Economy and
Finance, a huge ship overhanging the Seine with moats and walls, a symbol of
the kingly power of the Ministry, and the POPB, one of the main concert halls of
Paris. To the East, there is the Cour Saint-Emilion, a pastoral place with stoned
walls, vaults and paving stones, a testimony of a successful redevelopment of the
former wine and spirit shops of Paris that have been preserved but now intended
for restaurants and stores. To the south, there is the Seine River. If you walk
across the Simone de Beauvoir bridge, made of teak with undulating shapes, you
reach the four towers of the François Mitterrand National Library, symbol of a
cultural and intellectual world opened to the outside one. The left bank of the
river is full of barges and terraces, each one as bucolic as the other, with their
artificial sandy beaches covered with deckchairs, sunshades, light-coloured large
wooden tables. There are also the Joséphine Baker swimming pool and the
mythical Batofar, the temple of new sounds and remnant of the underground past
of the area.
Vélib’ is a self-service bike-rental system which is easy to use and
available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. It is an alternative,
economical and ecological way to get to one place from another and that
enables you to enjoy and discover Paris and its monuments at any time
of day and night.
How to use it?
If you want to rent a bike, go to the terminal, access the menu and
choose one of the proposed bikes on the screen.
Once you have finished with the bike, lock it onto a free lock-post at any
Vélib’ station.
Wait a minute until you hear a sound signal or see a green light
confirming that the bike has been correctly returned. If you have any
doubt on the return of the bike, you can go and check on the terminal. If
your bike has been correctly locked, you will be able to print a return
receipt. Otherwise, the following message appears: « vous avez un vélo
encours de location » (bike rent in progress).
If you still have any doubt, call Allo Vélib': +33 1 30 79 79 30.
Besides the yearly subscription, there are two fixed prices:
Ticket 1 jour (24-hour ticket): € 1.70, this ticket allows you to use the
system for 24 hours. Each time you take a bike from a post, the first
30 minutes are free of charge.
Ticket 7 jours (7-day ticket): € 8, this ticket allows you to use the
system for one week. Each time you take a bike from a post, the first 30
minutes are free of charge.
For more information and Vélib’ map, go to:
Pierre Hermé, 72 rue Bonaparte, Paris 6ème ; 185 rue de Vaugirard, Paris 15ème
The trendiest and popular pastry confectioner of the capital, more in particular for
his sophisticated macaroons, his famous Ispahan, his ice creams and chocolates.
Be careful, the queue can be sometimes long and the prices high.
Ladurée, 75 avenue des Champs-Elysées, Paris 8 ème ; 21 rue Bonaparte, Paris
6ème, 16 rue royale, Paris 8ème
The most recommended shop for macaroons. Outstanding pastries sold in a shop
with panelling and heavily gold-covered walls.
Gérard Mulot, 76 rue de Seine, Paris 6ème ; 93 rue de la Glacière, Paris 13ème
Excellent Bakery and Pastry shop. The macarons are also very popular.
Aoki, 56 boulevard de Port-Royal, Paris 5ème ; 35 rue Vaugirard, Paris 6ème
Delicious macaroons and pastries, subtle mixture of French and Japanese culinary
tradition. You must see it!
Christian Constant, 37 rue d’Assas, Paris 6ème
Excellent shop. Pastry confectioner also popular for his ice-creams and
Stöhrer, 51 rue Montergueil, Paris 2ème
The oldest bakery of Paris. Beautiful shop full of history and good products, most
of all marzipan.
Eric Kayser, 14 rue Monge, Paris 5ème; 18 rue du Bac, Paris 7ème; 79 rue du
commerce, Paris 15ème
Excellent bakery, very good cakes. The fact that he has opened many stores has
slightly impaired his reputation.
Popelini, 44 rue des martyrs, Paris 9ème ; 29 rue Debelleyme, Paris 3ème
The latest place to be for the Parisian hipsters who rush there to eat its cream
puffs available in many flavours.
Most of the pastry shops mentioned above also sell very good chocolate.
Patick Roger, 108 bouvlevard Saint-Germain, Paris 6ème
A MOF (Meilleur Ouvrier de France – a French distinction received after
nationwide culinary competition), what else? You must try it!
Jean-Paul Hévin, 231 rue Saint-Honoré, Paris 1er ; 3 rue Vavin, Paris 6ème
Excellent chocolate confectioner. His marrons glacés are just delicious but can you
afford it?
Pierre Marcolini, 89 rue de Seine, Paris 6ème
The Frenchy Belgian chocolate confectioner. A wonderful shop that sells fine and
delicate chocolates.
La Maison du Chocolat, 8 boulevard de la Madeleine, Paris 9 ème, 19 rue de
Sèvres, Paris 6ème
Another divine shop. Anything there is good; the chocolate éclairs are real killers!
Debauve & Gallais, 30rue des Saint-Pères, Paris 7ème
Very good Sloany chocolate confectioner.
Chocolatier Girard, 4 rue des archives, Paris 4ème
Even if the shop seems provincial, the confectioner is renowned for his sugared
almonds and ganaches.
Fauchon et Hédiard, Place de la Madeleine, Paris 8ème
The 2 temples of French delicatessen. It is pricy and sometime overrated but are
still visited by international travellers. It is to be noted that Fauchon tries to
Kaspia, Place de la Madeleine, Paris 8ème
A pricy shop! For smoked salmon and caviar.
Maille, Place de la Madeleine, Paris 8ème
Dedicated to mustard and condiments. Its originality: mustard served with beer,
draft beer! Very efficient!
Dalloyau, 2 place Edmont Rostand, Paris 5 ème ; 101 rue du Faubourg SaintHonoré, Paris 8ème
Luxury shop and much more refined than its competitors: Le Nôtre, Fauchon or
La bague de Kenza, 106 rue Saint Maur, Paris 11ème ;
136 rue Saint Honoré Paris 2ème
For those who love desserts from North of Africa.
Olivier & Co, Chai n° 20 Cour Saint Emilion, Paris 12ème ;
28 rue de Buci, Paris 6ème ; 60 rue Vieille du Temple, Paris 3ème
For olive oil, vinegar, condiments and olive paste in a hip and environmentally
aware provincial atmosphere.
Puyricard, 24 rue du Cherche Midi, Paris 6ème,
6 rue du Pont Louis-Philippe, Paris 4ème
Probably the best supplier of calissons (diamond-shaped sweet pastry made with
ground almonds) from Aix.
Apart from Pierre Hermé and Christian Constant, you will find below the most
popular ones.
Berthillon, 31 rue Saint Louis en l’île, Paris 4ème
THE ice-cream maker of Paris. You can be sure that they are delicious. The best
flavour? Wild strawberry! You must go there!
Grom, 81 rue de Seine, Paris 6ème
Very popukar ice-cream maker and refined flavours.
Le Bac à glaces, 109 rue du Bac, Paris 7ème
Another renowned ice-cream shop.
A la mère de famille, 35 rue du Faubourg Montmartre, Paris 9ème
Shop famous and renowned for its ice-creams.
It Mylk, 15 rue de l’ancienne comédie, Paris 6ème
Renowned for its Frozen Yogurt, a killer!
Pozzetto, 39 rue du Roi de Sicile, Paris 4ème
Unchallengeable quality ice-creams in a perfect area: le Marais! (Gay area)
La Garde Robe, 41 rue de l’Arbre Sec, Paris 1er
Bernard Magrez, 43 rue Saint-Augustin, Paris 2ème
Les caves du Panthéon, 174 rue Saint-Jacques, Paris 5ème
Le Vin en tête, 30 rue des Batignolles, Paris 17ème
Le Rouge et Le Verre, 8 rue Maubeuge, Paris 9ème
La dernière goutte, 6 rue Bourbon le château, Paris 6ème
L’estaminet d’arômes et cépages, 33 bis rue Charlot, Marché des enfants
rouges, Paris 3ème
There are many cheese shops but only a handful of good artisans.
Quatrehomme, 62 rue de Sèvres, Paris 6ème
An excellent shop run by a MOF (French distinction obtained after nationwide
culinary competition).
Laurent Dubois, 2 rue Lourmel, Paris 15ème
Another excellent shop also run by a MOF. Unfortunately it is not in the city
Anne-Marie Cantin, 12 rue du Champs de Mars, Paris 7ème
Another Parisian temple of cheeses, particularly renowned for her Saint Marcellin
and Roqueforts
Androuet, 134 rue Mouffetard, Paris 5 ème ; 23 rue de la Terrasse, Paris 17 ème ; 37
rue de Verneil, Paris 7ème
The most popular cheese maker of Paris and still affordable. Go for his truffle
Au cœur du Marché, 85 bis boulevard Magenta, Marché Saint-Quentin, Paris
10ème, Marché d’Aligre, Paris 12ème
Very good and affordable cheeses. You will be well served and it is the official
supply of ParisBAD!
Fromagerie Langlet-Hardouin, 6 place d’Aligre, marché couvert, Paris 12ème
Another good shop at Aligre market, renowned for his rocamadours and little
traditional goat cheese.
Michel Sanders, 4 rue Lobineau, Marché Saint Germain, Paris 6ème
An excellent shop renowned for its Saint-Marcelin and Saint-Félicien.
Le 3W Café, 8 rue des Ecouffes, 4ème.
La Champmeslé, 4 rue Chabanais, 2ème.
L’Unity Bar, 176 rue St Martin, 1er.
Le Banana Café, 13 rue de la Ferronnerie, 1er.
Tropic Café, 66 rue des Lombards, 1er.
Le Duplex, 25 rue Michel Lecomte, Paris 3ème.
Le CUD Bar, 12 rue des haudriettes, 3ème.
Le Raidd Bar, 23 rue du Temple, 4ème.
Le Cox, 15 rue des Archives, 4ème.
Le Spyce, 23 rue St Croix de la Bretonnerie, 4ème.
Le Freedj, 35 rue St Croix de la Bretonnerie, 4ème.
Open Café, 17 rue des Archives, 4ème.
La Mine, 20 rue du plâtre, Paris 4ème
Les Souffleurs, 7 rue de la verrerie, Paris 4ème
La Scène Bastille, 12 rue des Taillandiers, 11ème.
Le Show Case, pont Alexandre III, 8ème.
Le Cab’, 2 place du Palais Royal, 1er.
Le Baron, 6 avenue Marceau, 8ème.
Social Club, 142 rue Montmartre, 2ème.
Le Rex Club, 5 bvd Poissonnière, 2ème.
Le Batofar, 11 quai François Mauriac, 13ème.
Le Queen, 102 avenue des Champs Élysées, 8ème.
La Java, 105 rue du Faubourg du Temple, Paris 10ème.
La Bellevilloise, 19-21 rue Boyer, Paris 20ème.
Le Tango (la boîte à frissons), 13 rue au Maire, 3ème.
Le Club 18, 18 rue du Beaujolais, 1er.
Le Gibus, 18 rue du Faubourg du Temple, Paris 10ème.
Le Klub, 14 rue Saint-Denis, Paris 1er
Chez Moune, rue Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, Paris 9ème
Sun City, 62 bvd de Sébastopol, 3ème.
Gym Louvre, 7 rue du Louvre, 1er.
Yasube, 9 rue Saint Anne, 1 et 2 .
Wine & Bubbles, 3 rue Française, 1er.
Le Café Marly, 93 rue de Rivoli, 1er.
Le Fumoir, 6 rue de l’Amiral Coligny, 1er.
L’epicerie, 30 rue de Montergueil, Paris 1er.
The Little Italy Coffee, 92 rue de Montorgueil, 2ème.
Le Dénicheur, 4 rue Tiquetonne, 2ème.
Le Lézard Café, 41 rue Tiquetonne, 2ème.
Le Café, 62 rue Tiquetonne, 2ème.
Le Loup Blanc, 42 rue Tiquetonne, 2ème.
Pizza Rossi, 24 rue Blondel, Paris 2ème.
Andy Whaloo, 69 rue des Gravilliers, 3ème.
Le 404, 69 rue des Gravilliers, 3ème.
Les Caves Saint Gilles, 4 rue St Gilles, 3ème.
L’apparemment Café, 18 rue des Coutures St Gervais, 3ème.
Madame sans Gêne, 19 rue de Picardie, 3ème.
La Bricciola, rue Charlot, Paris 3ème.
Au fil des saisons, 6 rue des Fontaines du Temple.
Chez Omar, 47 rue de Bretagne, Paris 3ème.
L’Imprévu Café, 9 rue Quincampoix, 4ème.
Café Beaubourg, 43 rue St Merri, 4ème.
Les Piétons, 8 rue des Lombards, 4ème.
Le Georges, 19 rue Beaubourg, 4ème.
Les Marronniers, 18 rue des Archives, 4ème.
L’Etoile Manquante, 34 rue Vieille du Temple, 4ème.
Le Bistrot Beaubourg, 25 rue Quincampoix, 4ème.
La Perle, 78 rue Vieille du Temple, 4ème.
Le Loir dans la théière, 3 rue des Rosiers, 4ème.
Le Dos de la Baleine, 40 rue des Blancs manteaux, 4ème.
Le Petit Picard, 42 rue St Croix de la Bretonnerie, 4ème.
Le Reflet, 6 rue Champollion, 5ème.
Le Pré Verre, 19 rue Sommerand, 5ème.
Le Toustem, 12 rue de l’Hôtel Colbert, 5ème.
El Palenque, 5 rue de la Montagne St Geneviève, 5ème.
L’unico, 15 rue Paul Bert, 11ème.
Le Bouillon Racine, 3 rue Racine, Paris 5ème.
Le Murano, 13 boulevard du Temple, Paris 3ème.
L’Art Brut, 78 rue de Quincampoix, Paris 3ème
Le Parisien, 337 rue Saint-Martin, Paris 3ème.
La Favorite de Sam, 75 rue de Turbigo, Paris 3ème
Papilles, 30 rue Gay Lussac, Paris 5ème.
Ze kitchen Galerie, 4 rue des grands Augustins, Paris 5ème.
Les étages, rue de Buci, Paris 6ème
La Palette, 43 rue de Seine, Paris 6ème
Le Bar du Marché, rue de Buci, Paris 6ème
Le Chartier, 7 rue du Fbg Montmartre, 9ème.
L’atelier Rodier, 17 rue Rodier, Paris 9ème.
Chez Jeannette, 47 rue du Faubourg Saint Denis, Paris 9ème.
Marie Luisa, 2 rue Marie et Louise, Paris 10ème.
La Patache, 60 rue de Lancry, Paris 10ème.
Chez Prune, 36 rue Beaurrepaire, Paris 10ème.
Les Parigots, 5 rue du Château d’eau, Paris 10ème
Le Point Ephémère, 68 quai de Loire, Paris 10ème
Les Animals, 92 rue d’Hauteville, Paris 10ème
Le réveil du 10ème, 35 rue du Château d’eau,
Le Bar à soupes, 33 rue de Charonne, 11ème.
Le Paris Hanoï, 74 rue de Charonne, 11ème.
Le Wok restaurant, 23-25 rue des Taillandiers, 11ème.
Le Blue Elephant, 43-45 rue de la Roquette, 11ème.
La Fée verte et le café des anges, 108 et 66 rue de la Roquette, Paris 11ème.
Café de l’industrie, 17 rue Saint Sabbin, Paris 11ème.
Le Pause Café, 41 rue de Charonne, Paris 11ème.
Le Charbon, 109 rue Oberkampf, Paris 11ème.
China Club, 50 rue de Charenton, Paris 12ème.
Chez Rino, 46 rue Trousseau, Paris 12ème.
Miel et Paprika, 24 rue Cotte, Paris 12ème.
La Gazetta, 29 rue Cotte, Paris 12ème.
L’Ebauchoir, 43 rue des Citeaux, Paris 12ème.
Table, 3 rue de Prague, Paris 12ème.
Le Baron rouge, 1 rue Théophile Roussel, Paris 12ème.
La Fourmi, 74 rue des Martyrs, Paris 18ème
Le Progrès, 7 rue des trois frères, Paris 18ème.
Le Bar Ourq, 68 quai de Loire, Paris 19ème.
Mama Shelter, 109 rue de Bagnolet, Paris 19ème.
Paris Haute Couture
10h-19h (except Sunday), Hôtel de Ville, salle Saint Jean, 5 rue Lobau, 4ème.
Chagall, entre guerre et paix
10h00-19h30 (Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Tuesday), 10hàà-22h00 (Friday, Monday),
9h00-20h00 (Sunday). Musée du Luxembourg, 19 rue de Vaugirard, 6ème. Haring – The political Line
10h-18h (except Monday), 10h-22h (Thursday), Musée d’Art moderne de la la ville de Paris,
11 avenue du Président Wilson, Paris 16ème.
Mike Kelley
11h-21h (except Tuesday), Centre Pompidou, place Beaubourg, Paris 4ème..
Ron Mueck
11h-21h (except Monday), 11h-22h (Tuesday). Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain,
261 boulevard Raspail, Paris 14ème.
Le monde enchanté de Jacques Demy
12h-19h (except Tuesday), 10h-20h (Saturday and Sunday), 12h-22h (Thursday),
Cinémathèque française, 51 rue de Bercy, Paris 12ème.
Musée du Louvre
9h-17h30 (except Tuesday), 9h-21h30 Wednesday et vendredi. 99 rue de Rivoli
Musée des arts et civilisations
Quai Branly, 11h-19h (except Monday), 11h-21h Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 27, 37,51
quai Branly, 7ème.
Musée d’Orsay
5 quai Anatole France, Paris 7ème. 9h30 – 18h (except Monday), 9h30-21h45 (Thursday).
Musée national du Moyen-Âge
Hôtel de Cluny, 6 place Paul Painlevé, 5ème. 9h15-17h45 except Tuesday.
Maison européenne de la photographie
5-7 rue de Fourcy, 4ème. 11h-20h except Monday and Tuesday.
La Fondation Henri Cartier Bresson
2 impasse Lebouis, 14ème. 13h-18h30 except Monday, 13h-20h30 Wednesday, 11h-18h45
Musée Jacquemart André
158 boulevard Hausmmann, Paris 8ème. 10h à 18h0 (10h à 20h30 Monday and Saturday).

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