Mercure may refer to:
- MERCURE, an atmospheric dispersion modeling CFD code developed by Électricité de France
- Mercure Hotels, a chain of hotels run by Accor
- French ship Mercure (1783)
- Dassault Mercure, a French airliner built in the 1970s
- HMS Mercure (1798), a French privateer captured and put into service by the British
Mercure (Nothomb) is a Belgian novel by Amélie Nothomb. It was first published in 1998.
Category:1998 novels Category:Belgian novels Category:French-language novels
Mercure (Mercury, or The Adventures of Mercury) is a 1924 ballet with music by Erik Satie. The original décor and costumes were designed by Pablo Picasso and the choreography was by Léonide Massine, who also danced the title role. Subtitled "Plastic Poses in Three Tableaux", it was an important link between Picasso's Neoclassical and Surrealist phases and has been described as a "painter's ballet." Mercure was commissioned by the Soirées de Paris stage company and first performed at the Théâtre de la Cigale in Paris on June 15, 1924. The conductor was Roger Désormière.