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by Miriam Bridenne
| January 26, 2017
| in A Note

An all-night marathon of philosophical debate, performances, screenings, readings, and music.

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| November 28, 2016
| in A Note

Albertine Director, Nathalie Lacroix, has made a selection of books to celebrate dreamy holidays with your family and friends.

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by Miriam Bridenne
| November 23, 2016
| in A Note

Stop by Albertine today and indulge in our large selection of our art books, coffee table books, fiction in translation, and graphic novels discounted at between 30 and 50 percent. ...

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by Miriam Bridenne
| November 23, 2016
| in A Note

This Thanksgiving, we have received the visit of a first order visitor, a limited series statuette by Brazilian sculpturor Edgar Duvivier, signed and numbered, representing Marcel Proust. The proceed of ...

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| September 28, 2016
| in A Note

Today, Albertine celebrates its second anniversary! Come on in whenever you’d like to wish us another happy year! We especially thank all of our wonderful authors, moderators, friends, and supporters—your ...

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| June 8, 2016

Join the Albertine community and support New York City’s only French reading and bookshop. By becoming a part of our community, you directly contribute to enriching Albertine’s French-American literary dialogue. We ...

Ta Nehisi Coates festival
| June 7, 2016
| in FESTIVAL

Curated by National Book Award-winning author of Between the World and Me, Ta-Nehisi Coates, the third annual Festival Albertine will take place from November 2nd through 6th, 2016. The Festival ...

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| February 21, 2016
| in FESTIVAL

The Tilt Kids Festival is a new festival of the arts that talks up—not down—to children, sparking their imaginations and encouraging their dreams. The Cultural Services of the French Embassy and the ...

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| February 17, 2016
| in Blog

New! Albertine now offers a vast selection of French ebooks. From classics to latest contemporary titles, French literature is at the tip of your finger.

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