| November 2, 2018
| in Blog

Join author and Columbia professor Caroline Weber and the staff of Albertine and the French Embassy’s Book Department for fruitful and lively conversation around classic and contemporary French literature once ...

by Kim Corliss
| October 31, 2018
| in Blog

Read more below about our new series of works by French illustrators who have visited and sketched Albertine.

by Kim Corliss
| October 25, 2018

In these six videos, curator Masha Gessen explains the mission of Festival Albertine 2018––to bring together thinkers, authors, and artists from both sides of the Atlantic to reimagine the future ...

| October 5, 2018
| in Blog

(Re)watch Festival Albertine: Reimagining Democracy, curated by renowned journalist and author Masha Gessen.

| October 1, 2018
| in A Note

Do you love books? French culture? Helping people? Are you organized? Available 5 days a week starting December 1st, 2018? Do you feel as comfortable working in French as you ...

| September 19, 2018
| in A Note

Brooklyn, get ready! This Saturday, Albertine Books and House of SpeakEasy are coming to you!

by Miriam Bridenne
| July 3, 2018

In observance of Independence Day, Albertine will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2018, all day. We will reopen for business as usual on Thursday, July 5, 2018, at 11am. ...

| June 26, 2018
| in A Note

From July 1 through September 2, 2018, Albertine will be closed on Sundays for summer hours.

| May 29, 2018
| in News

We are thrilled to announce the winner of the second Albertine Prize: Not One Day, written by Anne Garréta, translated from the French by Emma Ramadan, and published in the ...

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