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Sandrine Butteau

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Bio
Originally from Nantes, France, Sandrine, in her former role as Head of Administration at the Cultural Services, was a core member of the team that defined Albertine’s DNA and shaped it as a bookstore and cultural center dedicated to intellectual exchange. Previously, she worked in the cinema sphere in Paris, Nantes, and New York. Sandrine lives in the most bustling part of Manhattan––Chinatown––and is passionate about books, cinema, yoga, gastronomy, and travel.
Sandrine Butteau | June 19, 2019
With a title that nods to the Lives of the Saints, a literary genre that was in vogue in the 17th and the 19th centuries, Catherine Cusset throws herself into an exploration of the life of the famed British painter, presenting his artistic, sentimental, and personal commitments as a model for other artists while never beatifying him.
With a title that nods to the Lives of the Saints, a literary genre that was in vogue in the 17th and the 19th centuries, Catherine Cusset throws herself into an exploration of the life of the famed British painter, presenting his artistic, sentimental, and personal commitments as a model…
With a title that nods to the Lives of the Saints, a literary genre that was in vogue in the…
Sandrine Butteau | November 27, 2018
Hernan Diaz's Au loin definitely deserves its place alongside the novels that have most impressed me this past decade.
Hernan Diaz's Au loin definitely deserves its place alongside the novels that have most impressed me this past decade.
Hernan Diaz's Au loin definitely deserves its place alongside the novels that have most impressed me this past decade.
Sandrine Butteau | September 19, 2018
Brooklyn, get ready! This Saturday, Albertine Books and House of SpeakEasy are coming to you!
Brooklyn, get ready! This Saturday, Albertine Books and House of SpeakEasy are coming to you!
Brooklyn, get ready! This Saturday, Albertine Books and House of SpeakEasy are coming to you!
Sandrine Butteau | September 13, 2018
As she is traveling through Cambodia with her husband, the late philosopher Tsvetan Todorov, Nancy Huston becomes increasingly fascinated by the numerous similarities between her childhood and that of a young Cambodian boy named Saloth Sâr--who would later be known under his chosen name Pol Pot.
As she is traveling through Cambodia with her husband, the late philosopher Tsvetan Todorov, Nancy Huston becomes increasingly fascinated by the numerous similarities between her childhood and that of a young Cambodian boy named Saloth Sâr--who would later be known under his chosen name Pol Pot.
As she is traveling through Cambodia with her husband, the late philosopher Tsvetan Todorov, Nancy Huston becomes increasingly fascinated by…