Corsair imagined, for its new campaign Follow Me, a real travel guide for globetrotters who wish to discover atypical places during their journeys. All selected addresses are grouped together in a dedicated platform.
Fubiz has selected key artistic venues in six destinations: Paris, New York, Montreal, Miami, Martinique and Guadeloupe.
In Paris we offer you to discover the Halle Saint-Pierre. This Baltard-style architectural site houses a museum, a gallery and a bookshop not far from the Butte Montmartre gardens. The opportunity to discover works in a typically Parisian setting with the charm of yesteryear.
New York also offers a great diversity of artistic venues. From Radio City Music Hall to the Chocolate Factory Theater to the Bronx Documentary Center and Artechouse. The “Big Apple” is full of places to explore at each visit. She is the global city of entertainment.
In Miami, in addition to the street-art that animates the district of Wynwood, the Design District has become the essential meeting point for design lovers. The place is prized for its remarkably preserved art-deco architecture and its proximity to South Beach. This unusual neighborhood includes works such as the famous Fly’s Eye Dome imagined by inventor Buckminster Fuller.
Montreal is known worldwide for its street art frescoes throughout the city. Street art is one of the city’s leading artistic disciplines. The Romeo Museum has been designed with the aim of making this discipline known to the greatest number and to let the artists express themselves in a space dedicated to them. It rises on 24 floors, is open 24 hours a day and brings together no less than 12 artists per floor.
In Martinique, we look forward to seeing you at the Aimé Césaire theater in Fort-de-France. It is located in the old Town Hall and houses an Italian-style hall with a capacity of 160 seats. Visitors can come to plays and also discover exhibitions.
The city of Sainte-Anne in Guadeloupe presents beautiful colorful street-art frescoes not far from his church. During a walk, it will not be rare to meet some of these creations. Many local artists want to decorate its walls.