Newsweek

The Shchukin Collection Comes to Paris

For the first time since the Bolshevik Revolution, this major art collection is at the heart of Europe.
André Derain's 1905 painting Le Port (Port Vendres).
Le Port Derain Source: Adagp

When the Fondation Louis Vuitton opened a couple of years ago, it was not without controversy. But since then, Paris has had other, rather more serious, things to worry about than a luxury-goods conglomerate constructing a huge Frank Gehry building in the middle of the Bois de Boulogne. Now the FLV has become one

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Newsweek

Newsweek4 min readSociety
Journalist's Fearless Investigation of Mexico Massacre
Journalist Anabel Hernández has been investigating collusion between government officials and drug cartels, as well as the illicit drug trade and abuse of power, for Mexico’s biggest publications for more than two decades.
Newsweek7 min readPolitics
How a Social Media Post in Russia Can Land You in Jail
It was just before 6 a.m. when police officers raided Daniil Markin’s apartment in Barnaul, a small Russian city some 2,000 miles from Moscow. Markin, a film student who was 18 at the time of the July 2017 raid, had no idea why police had burst into
Newsweek3 min readSociety
Jill Soloway Reflects on 'Transparent' in New Memoir
In "She Wants It," Soloway tells the story of the hit Amazon show—from the beginning to its messy end.