Alice Briez | June 9, 2022
In our society saturated by pictures where the act of photography has become a commonplace, Bailly chose to go back to the origins of photography to find an amazed look on its power, the power to reveal just like contemplating time and nature.
In our society saturated by pictures where the act of photography has become a commonplace, Bailly chose to go back to the origins of photography to find an amazed look on its power, the power to reveal just like contemplating time and nature.
In our society saturated by pictures where the act of photography has become a commonplace, Bailly chose to go back…
Miriam Bridenne | June 8, 2022
Over the course of her prestigious work, Ernaux managed to capture life in her most elusive of expressions – from love abduction to the shame of origins passing by self-dispossession, jealousy – with a force of evocation, sincerity, and unmatched bravery. The release of the book Les Années marked a turning point in her work. Since, the writer is more…
Over the course of her prestigious work, Ernaux managed to capture life in her most elusive of expressions – from love abduction to the shame of origins passing by self-dispossession, jealousy – with a force of evocation, sincerity, and unmatched bravery. The release of the book Les Années marked a…
Over the course of her prestigious work, Ernaux managed to capture life in her most elusive of expressions – from…
Miriam Bridenne | June 8, 2022
Unlocking secrets, digging up the past, the corners of our memory in order to better understand who we are, who we like, where we come from. This approach was Sally Mann's in her photography and is equally adopted in her writing this wonderful book of memories, Tiens-toi bien !
Unlocking secrets, digging up the past, the corners of our memory in order to better understand who we are, who we like, where we come from. This approach was Sally Mann's in her photography and is equally adopted in her writing this wonderful book of memories, Tiens-toi bien !
Unlocking secrets, digging up the past, the corners of our memory in order to better understand who we are, who…
Miriam Bridenne | April 6, 2022
Dominique Manotti, as always, is at her best when she digs into the darkest corners of France’s recent history.
Dominique Manotti, as always, is at her best when she digs into the darkest corners of France’s recent history.
Dominique Manotti, as always, is at her best when she digs into the darkest corners of France’s recent history.
Miriam Bridenne | March 10, 2022
Nicolas Mathieu shows a perfect ear for all occasions: internal monologues, Hélène’s diary, conversations within the work space. Mathieu is fluent in all our tongues – intimate, social, professional or familial. That may be why his novels can speak so straight to our hearts.
Nicolas Mathieu shows a perfect ear for all occasions: internal monologues, Hélène’s diary, conversations within the work space. Mathieu is fluent in all our tongues – intimate, social, professional or familial. That may be why his novels can speak so straight to our hearts.
Nicolas Mathieu shows a perfect ear for all occasions: internal monologues, Hélène’s diary, conversations within the work space. Mathieu is…
Miriam Bridenne | March 10, 2022
Subtlety and complexity should be Attica Locke’s middle names. Heaven, My Home, her new novel just out in France (Liana Lévi) is a follow-up to Bluebird, Bluebird, and if you haven’t read the previous one, don’t worry, Attica will fill you in in no time.
Subtlety and complexity should be Attica Locke’s middle names. Heaven, My Home, her new novel just out in France (Liana Lévi) is a follow-up to Bluebird, Bluebird, and if you haven’t read the previous one, don’t worry, Attica will fill you in in no time.
Subtlety and complexity should be Attica Locke’s middle names. Heaven, My Home, her new novel just out in France (Liana…
Miriam Bridenne | February 10, 2022
Vuillard's real subject is always the language, and in these pages, he exposes the mechanism of the colonizer’s language within a handful of scenes: a visit at a rubber plantation, to a parliamentary session in which Pierre Mendès-France exposes the excessive price of war, to Jean de Lattre de Tassigny’s speech on NBC, to exposing the French military’s miscalculations under…
Vuillard's real subject is always the language, and in these pages, he exposes the mechanism of the colonizer’s language within a handful of scenes: a visit at a rubber plantation, to a parliamentary session in which Pierre Mendès-France exposes the excessive price of war, to Jean de Lattre de Tassigny’s…
Vuillard's real subject is always the language, and in these pages, he exposes the mechanism of the colonizer’s language within…
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