Pauline Meunier | July 18, 2024
Here's 5 top notch graphic novels for your summer: a psychological thriller by Timothé le Boucher; an autobiographical narrative from Pénélope Bagieu, bestselling author of Culottées; the poetic account of the coming of age of a trans young adult, and the tragic destiny of Mama’ Cass Elliot, elegy of The Mamas & The Papas (by Pénélope Bagieu).
Here's 5 top notch graphic novels for your summer: a psychological thriller by Timothé le Boucher; an autobiographical narrative from Pénélope Bagieu, bestselling author of Culottées; the poetic account of the coming of age of a trans young adult, and the tragic destiny of Mama’ Cass Elliot, elegy of The…
Here's 5 top notch graphic novels for your summer: a psychological thriller by Timothé le Boucher; an autobiographical narrative from…
Miriam Bridenne | July 16, 2024
What does writing a biography entail? How could one qualify a biographer's position vis-à-vis their subject? What is the true nature of their involvement? What are their responsibilities? All these questions emerge from Janet Malcolm's fascinating study of the Sylvia Plath's myth.
What does writing a biography entail? How could one qualify a biographer's position vis-à-vis their subject? What is the true nature of their involvement? What are their responsibilities? All these questions emerge from Janet Malcolm's fascinating study of the Sylvia Plath's myth.
What does writing a biography entail? How could one qualify a biographer's position vis-à-vis their subject? What is the true…
Miriam Bridenne | July 16, 2024
Designed as a platform for Villa Albertine’s wide-ranging debates, this issue is a complete transcription of the Museum Series held in 2023 at Villa Albertine’s headquarters in New York. Presented in partnership with the Center for Curatorial Leadership, the Museum Series featured insights from 24 esteemed women museum directors from the US, France, and the Middle East, over the course…
Designed as a platform for Villa Albertine’s wide-ranging debates, this issue is a complete transcription of the Museum Series held in 2023 at Villa Albertine’s headquarters in New York. Presented in partnership with the Center for Curatorial Leadership, the Museum Series featured insights from 24 esteemed women museum directors from…
Designed as a platform for Villa Albertine’s wide-ranging debates, this issue is a complete transcription of the Museum Series held…
Miriam Bridenne | July 16, 2024
A common practice in teaching and the publishing professions, reading a text multiple times is a key activity in the training of a reader, yet one that is largely ignored by research subjects. Laure Murat's survey of more than two hundred intellectuals raises questions that are as fundamental as they are inexhaustible.
A common practice in teaching and the publishing professions, reading a text multiple times is a key activity in the training of a reader, yet one that is largely ignored by research subjects. Laure Murat's survey of more than two hundred intellectuals raises questions that are as fundamental as they…
A common practice in teaching and the publishing professions, reading a text multiple times is a key activity in the…
Pauline Meunier | July 16, 2024
A story of the border between reality and virtual. Julian was a piano teacher with a pretty banal existence before he discovers the Antimonde.
A story of the border between reality and virtual. Julian was a piano teacher with a pretty banal existence before he discovers the Antimonde.
A story of the border between reality and virtual. Julian was a piano teacher with a pretty banal existence before…
Miriam Gordis | July 6, 2024
Ici commence un amour is a story about love, but it is also a story about grief and class and growing up, about trying to be a writer and a man and a person. It’s tender and restless and vicious at times.
Ici commence un amour is a story about love, but it is also a story about grief and class and growing up, about trying to be a writer and a man and a person. It’s tender and restless and vicious at times.
Ici commence un amour is a story about love, but it is also a story about grief and class and…
Miriam Gordis | July 6, 2024
Aliène, at its core, is about alienation. It probes the powerful warp of loneliness, the violent hierarchies of our world, the subtle horror of everyday life. 
Aliène, at its core, is about alienation. It probes the powerful warp of loneliness, the violent hierarchies of our world, the subtle horror of everyday life. 
Aliène, at its core, is about alienation. It probes the powerful warp of loneliness, the violent hierarchies of our world,…
Miriam Bridenne | May 23, 2024
As we celebrate the freedom of more than 250,000 enslaved African Americans in the state of Texas some 159 years ago, we put together a selection of great works of fiction that tackle the poisonous legacy of slavery head one.
As we celebrate the freedom of more than 250,000 enslaved African Americans in the state of Texas some 159 years ago, we put together a selection of great works of fiction that tackle the poisonous legacy of slavery head one.
As we celebrate the freedom of more than 250,000 enslaved African Americans in the state of Texas some 159 years…
Margaux Nguyen Tang | May 15, 2024
An easy read that takes us on a journey through an aesthetic Korean interlude. A must-read if you want to experience the complexity of a simple story!
An easy read that takes us on a journey through an aesthetic Korean interlude. A must-read if you want to experience the complexity of a simple story!
An easy read that takes us on a journey through an aesthetic Korean interlude. A must-read if you want to…
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