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Paris Tribune Post / Lettres Anglophones : un clin d'oeil aux journaux anglais avec "Post" et un clin d'oeil aux "Lettres Persanes" de Charles-Louis de Montesquieu avec ces "Lettres Anglophones". Concerning the word "Post", it's an oblique reference both to newspapers and to the title that Montesquieu had given to "the Persian Letters" - and may be hesitant to write letters to a newspaper from the English-speaking countries.

Lucian Freud : The Self-portraits at the Royal Academy of Arts in London - 10/2019 - 0 Commentaire

Born in Berlin in 1922, Lucian Freud is considered to be one of the most famous figurative painters of last century. The exhibition is the first to focus on the celebrated artist's visceral, and...

Henri Cartier-Bresson in China - 09/2019 - 0 Commentaire

The photographer left for two weeks, but stayed in China for ten months, mainly in the Shanghai area. He witnessed the fall of the city of Nanjing held by the Kuonmintang and then was confined for...

Paris : Châtelet Theatre reopens after over two years at a cost of € 31,5 million - 09/2019 - 0 Commentaire

Théâtre du Châtelet first opened in 1862 on the Right bank of the Seine. It was conceived by Gabriel Davioud under architect Baron Haussmann who was ordered by Napoléon III to transform the French...

The world of Roger Ballen between human psyche and the valors of "asphyxiating culture" - 09/2019 - 0 Commentaire

'The World According to Roger Ballen' combines not only straight photography, but also different techniques like drawings, painting, sculpture and collages. For over more than thirty years Roger...

The Maharaja of Indore, Yashwant Rao Holkar Bahadur, patron of the arts in the 1930's - 08/2019 - 0 Commentaire

The exhibition 'Modern Maharaja, a Patron of the Arts in the 1930's curated by Raphaelle Billé and Louise Curtis at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, will run from 26 September 2019 until 20...

The poetic world of Francis Bacon - 08/2019 - 0 Commentaire

Francis Bacon was not only a painter but also a prolific reader of literature. His erudition influenced many of his paintings especially from 1971, the year of his major retrospective event at the...

Women's Rugby World Cup : in a one-sided game, South Africa beats Uganda during the Rugby Africa Women's Cup - 08/2019 - 0 Commentaire

South Africa’s Springbok Women ended the game on top with a winning score of 89-5, beating Lady Cranes of Uganda on Friday 9th of August in Johannesburg, South Africa. The 2019 Rugby Africa Women's...

Buddha, the Golden Legend, at Guimet Museum - 07/2019 - 0 Commentaire

In 1889 French Industrialist Emile Guimet founded the Museum which bears his name at Place d'Iena where it still stands with many famous collections of Asian art in its reserves. Curator Sophie...

Tutankhamun : Priceless Treasures Return to Paris for the first time since 1967 - 07/2019 - 0 Commentaire

Legendary young Pharoah, Tutankhamun, known as the Golden Pharoah, is celebrated by the show displaying 150 precious artefacts, of which 50 have never left Egypt before. Tutankhamun, whose tomb was...

BACK SIDE Dos à la Mode - 07/2019 - 0 Commentaire

As Fashion Museum Galliera is closed for renovation, the temporary venue is at Bourdelle Sculpture Museum in the 15th arrondissement of Paris. Alexandre Samson, curator of the show, explained that...

The benefits of meditation - 06/2019 - 0 Commentaire

Conference on the benefits of meditation based on Tibetan Mahayana Buddhist Gelugpa teachings. Although the conference was open to the public at large to discover meditation, the methods expounded...
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