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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.

Tutankhamun : Priceless Treasures Return to Paris for the first time since 1967 - 4 Juillet 2019

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 - 2 Juillet 2019

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 - 17 Juin 2019

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...

Crédit Municipal de Paris, Paris’s oldest financial institution - 13 Février 2019

History of Crédit Municipal de Paris, from 17th Century to ACPR regulation. Crédit Municipal de Paris was previously known as Mont-de-Piété and it is Paris’s oldest financial institution. In fact,...

The Paris Bourse, from floor trading to electronic exchange - 6 Février 2019

For most of the players on the financial market, the stock market is the most promising sector. It is suitable for most investors and they can earn profits according to the size of their investment....

South Africa, Guy Tillem and Henri Cartier-Bresson at the HCB foundation in Le Marais, Paris - 4 Février 2019

As the exibition devoted to Martine Franck draws to a close, the Henri Cartier-Bresson foundation prepares for three new exhibitions devoted first to South African Guy Tillem, and then a choice of...

First Major French Retrospective Victor Vasarely at Centre Pompidou, Paris - 28 Janvier 2019

Victor Vasarely (1906-1997) is a unique artist in the history of 20th century art. From his birth in Hungary to his death in France - the artist, famous during his lifetime, distinguished himself in...

Contaminations, documenting pollution of world-wide natural resources - 23 Janvier 2019

After Me The Deluge, at the Galerie Fait & Cause, 58 rue Quincampoix 75004 Paris until 23 February 2019. The show of photographer and film maker Samuel Bollendorff focuses on the pollution of...

William Daniels, Wilting Point, Photo Retrospective - 17 Janvier 2019

Born in 1977, French photographer based in Paris, William Daniels is known for his social humanitarian documentary projects often linked to isolated or weakened communities in territories permanently...

Doisneau and Music - 7 Janvier 2019

Robert Doisneau (1912 - 1994) was a prolific photographer involved with the music world. "In my ideal school of photography" said Robert Doisneau, there would be a teacher who explained the...

Asen : Forged Memories of Iron in Dahomey, Vodun Art in Geneva - 3 Janvier 2019

An exhibition focusing on Asen forged iron altars, specifically from the former kingdom of Dahomey - in Musée Barbier-Mueller, Geneva. These striking sculptures fashioned by village artisans of the...
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