Winner of a Rubis Mécénat production grant in partnership with the Saint-Eustache church and the Beaux-Arts de Paris, Hélène Janicot, a 5th year student, is exhibiting a work in three stations installed in the heart of the church.
Baalbek, an emblematic site in the Bekaa plain in northeastern Lebanon, attracted two young architects in the 19th century who were boarders at the French Academy in Rome: Achille Joyau and Gaston Redon.
The Pernod Ricard Foundation and the Beaux-Arts de Paris renew their collaboration for 2022-2023. Charlotte Simonnet, a 3rd year student at the Atelier Tatiana Trouvé, presents her installation Coutures as part of the "L'Avancée" programme.
Comics, graphic novels, novels, cinema... Joann Sfar has an insatiable appetite. Meet a man who is helping to make comics an art form in its own right.
The Reg-Arts project (Beaux-Arts de Paris, CNRS, INHA) aims to understand the history of the Beaux-Arts de Paris in a multidisciplinary way, through the creation of a digital resource
Bringing together over one hundred and fifty original works from the Renaissance to the present day, Scribble / Scarabocchio highlights one of the most repressed and uncontrolled aspects of drawing practice.