Le 104 Review
Le Cent Quatre takes its name from its address in a rough-around-the-edges corner of the 19e arrondissement, not far from the top of the Canal St-Martin. The former site of the city morgue, this cavernous art hub is home to an offbeat collection of performance venues, shops, and studios (artists of all genres compete for free studio space, and sometimes you can get a sneak peak of them at work). Contemporary art exhibits, some of which charge admission fees, are staged here, as are concerts. Onsite you'll also find a restaurant, a café, a bookstore, a natural clothing boutique, a secondhand shop, and a play area for children. Check the website's schedule before going to see what's on.
- Address: 104 rue d'Aubervilliers, alternate entry at 5 rue Curial, Stalingrad, Paris, 75019 | Map It
- Phone: /01–53–35–50–01
- Cost: Free; prices for exhibits and concerts vary
- Hours: Tues.–Fri. 12–7, Sat. Sun. 11–7; closed Mon.
- Website: www.104.fr
- Subway: Stalingrad
- Location: Eastern Paris