Our team of dedicated booksellers presents their favorite picks among the new releases of 2017. In French. Open to Albertine Members only.
Guillaume Serina comments on the Reykjavik summit, that came close to ending the nuclear competition between East and West,
A Conversation with Valérie Belin, artist, and Quentin Bajac, chief curator of photography at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA).
Join Maurin Picard and Michael Robbins as they look back on the acts of courage and extraordinary feats of a few humble men, who never really wanted to be called « heroes ».
Join Haitian–American novelist Edwidge Danticat and Columbia professor and translator Kaiama L. Glover as they discuss Dance on the Volcano, a novel by Haitian novelist Marie Vieux Chauvet, on the occasion of its publication in the US with Archipelago Press.
Join Mary McAuliffe and David Garrard Lowe as they delve into a decade that saw seismic change on almost every front, from art and architecture to music, literature, fashion, entertainment, transportation, and, most notably, behavior.
French actor, screenwriter and author Sarah Kaminsky tells the gripping story of her father, Adolfo Kaminsky, a brilliant forger, and his thirty-year battle against injustice that began during the Holocaust.
Join French designer agnès b. as she signs copies of her new book, agnès b. Styliste, an invitation to discover the richness of the designer’s universe, written with Florence Ben Sadoun.
A Reading/Performance by Capitaine Alexandre, based on his poetic manifesto: Résidents de la République!
Petter Jacobsson and Thomas Caley from Ballet de Lorraine will discuss their past and present work as an introduction to their approach to dance-making as well as leadership.
Join us for a cut-out typography and collage workshop around ABC3D, Marion Bataille’s dazzling pop up Alphabet book!
Following the many steps of a law , from its inception to its publication, and paying attention to all the actors involved – Noëlle Herrenschmidt lets us see the beating heart of our Republic.
Join authors AM Homes and Laure Murat as they reflect on their love for L.A. and mined the heart of this complex and fascinating city, in a conversation moderated by Eric Banks.
Former Editorial Director of Le Nouvel Observateur Aude Lancelin and Harpers Magazine President and Publisher John R. (Rick) MacArthur will discuss the changes that have occured over the past two decades in the news industry.