Paris Match Exhibition

A Photographic Tribute to Brigitte Bardot

Join us as we celebrate the life and career of Brigitte Bardot, an iconic figure of French cinema, through a photographic exhibition at Eden-Roc Grill, featuring images from the Paris Match archives. This special exhibition showcases the film star's shining moments in the limelight as well as behind-the-scenes peeks into her life off-camera — one marked by a carefree, independent spirit and a strong commitment to her own personal values.

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Brigitte Bardot

With a ground-breaking career spanning more than 45 films, Brigitte Bardot became an international sensation following her starring role in Roger Vadim's 1965 film And God Created Woman. As a symbol of women's liberation throughout the '60s, Bardot's reputation extended beyond the silver screen to impact the worlds of fashion, dance and French chanson. In 1973, Brigitte Bardot retired from the movies to devote her career to animal rights advocacy and philanthropy. Ever a source of fascination, the actress-turned-activist has an enduring legacy both as a film icon and a woman of unwavering convictions who writes her own rules.