MOSHI is a witty mustache which sticks on children’s face to teach them how to philosophize and express their ideas in artistic ways.
Every MOSHI workshop is unique but are based on 2 pillars : philosophy and arts. Indeed, philosophy is a tool to develop children’s creativity.
On Sunday November 19th, children ...
to Sunday, November 26, 2017
To kick off the holiday season in style, come browse our large selection of graphic novels, art books and cookbooks, discounted up to 80% for the whole weekend! We hope that it will help you check a few things off of your gift list!
Join John Elderfield, Douglas Dreishpoon, and Pat Steir for a discussion on Helen Frankenthaler’s work and its connection to French art and culture.
Join Sandra Smith and Liesl Schillinger for a celebration of Christmas à la française—delicious, intense and unexpected, proving that nobody does Christmas like the French! Our guests will discuss and read from ‘A Very French Christmas’ (New Vessel Press).
Join us for an evening of literary discovery! Embark on a journey through the Payne Whitney Mansion where actors, stationed throughout the first three floors of the Gilded Age Townhouse, will read excerpts from the five nominated titles of the Albertine Prize 2018.
Join French author Olivier Nourry as he will be signing his latest novel, Du destin des Parques Indochine 1932-1955, (Editions Glyphe), on Saturday, December 9, from 4pm til 7pm.
Join Gregory Forstner and Alun Williams as they discuss Forstner’s first ever monograph (Editions Dilecta) which includes texts by Gilles Fuchs, Henry-Claude Cousseau, and Caroline Hancock.
Avital Ronell, Simon Critchley, Patricia Dailey, Agnès Magnien, Isabelle Alfandary will be presenting the College international de philosophie Archive Project in New York.
*** PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT IS RE-SCHEDULED to EARLY SPRING 2018. DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY.***
Nadia Marzouki will discuss her last book Islam: An American Religion (Columbia University Press, 2017) with Rosemary R. Corbett.
Join us the North American Film Premiere of ‘Anne Morgan’s War’ (L’Autre chemin des dames). Champagne Reception – 7PM / Film Screening – 8PM
Join Olivier Barrot as he discusses his latest book, United States (Gallimard, 2017). Essentially a loving portrait of a country that he knows by heart.