Paris

Adel Abdessemed Dans une usine de rêves qui pensent
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Two full-scale cast-steel pigeons, each with strips of dynamite and a Blackberry phone tied to its back, sit quietly in Adel Abdessemed’s Parisian studio. Dressed in his trademark blue pants, a black shirt and a matching jacket, the forty-nine-year-old Franco...
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Jacques Grange Paris from my Window
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Colette’s sparkling prose made her an international sensation. Although her fictional plots and characters are often scandalous, her famous journal Paris from my Window is more subtle with its observations of nature and descriptions of the loyal tenants of the...
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Jean-Michel Othoniel The Storyteller
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A mysterious black and white photograph, the detail of an entrance gate to the Locus Solus villa, adorns the cover of a book on Jean-Michel Othoniel’s drawing table in the Marais district in Paris. The novel Locus Solus, written by Raymond...
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