Join us for a discussion with international architects and historians to celebrate Le Corbusier’s Architectural Heritage by UNESCO.
A Children Workshop with Magali Le Huche
Join Jonas Mekas, John Richardson and Edmund White, as they discuss Claude Arnaud’s passionate and monumental biography of Jean Cocteau which reassesses the life and legacy of one of the most significant cultural figures of the twentieth century.
Come celebrate the holidays with French novelist Stephane Audeguy, 2016 laureate of the Wepler Prize with his novel ‘Histoire du lion personne’ (Seuil).
Whether you are a born New Yorker, a newcomer, or a tourist, join Jeanne Chiaravalle for a morning coffee /discovery of the City as New Yorkers live and reinvent it!
Join Lydia Davis, Rachel Careau and Saul Anton as they discuss the literary work of Swiss writer Roger Lewinter, on the occasion of the publication of ‘Story of Love in Solitude’ and ‘The Attraction of Things’ with New Directions.
Fabrice Jaumont, Teboho Moja and Naomi Moland discuss how new philanthropic trends are emerging from this historical context, and will examine the conditions under which philanthropy can be effective, the impasses that foundations often face, and the updated contexts in which philanthropy operates today.
Bestselling French novelist Catherine Cusset discusses L’Autre qu’on adorait, her last novel finalist for the prestigious Goncourt Prize, with Prune Perromat.
On the occasion of the exhibition Proust’s Muse, the Countess Greffulhe, director of The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology Valerie Steele, and author Anka Muhlstein will discuss the life and time of the Countess Greffulhe, and the connections between fashion, patronage, literature, and the arts in turn-of-the-century France.
“The most revolutionary discovery in the entire history of van Gogh’s oeuvre” Ronald Pickvance. Join Bogomila Welsh-Ovcharov, Bernard Comment, Franck Baille, and Julian Schnabel for the only New York event celebrating the international publication of ‘Vincent van Gogh: The Lost Arles Sketchbook’, a collection of previously unknown drawings by Vincent ...