Les Choses – Press area of ​​the Louvre Museum

Les Choses Press area of ​​the Louvre Museum

The still life finally regains the honors of a major Parisian exhibition, 70 years after the last retrospective at the Orangerie in 1952.Conceived by Laurence Bertrand Dorléac, this author’s exhibition offers a new vision of this genre long considered minor and whose French title, born late in the 17the century, has never satisfied anyone. The … Read more

Opening of the Carthage Choreographic Days: Dancing, an act of existence, an act of resistance | The Tunisian Press

Opening of the Carthage Choreographic Days Dancing an act of

Saturday evening, at the Cité de la culture, the space was the place for dancing bodies. The inaugural evening of the Carthage Choreographic Days was a communion for all the dancers, the professionals and the public, a moment of magic, made up of immersive experiences in the very special world of dance. From June 11 … Read more

“I would have liked to be an artist” by Omar Bey: Like a spider’s web | The Tunisian Press

I would have liked to be an artist by Omar

It is out of the ordinary, off the beaten path, off the gallery, it takes place in his studio in an old palace at the end of a dark corridor by the sea. Time stops in his studio, a place he lives with works born in situ. Omar Bey questions himself, questions himself, poses a … Read more

Seif Jaziri, from precocious talent to incisive joker: Percussion suits him so well | The Tunisian Press

Will we see Jaziri perforate, shine and, why not, embody the modern striker of the Tunisia team against Equatorial Guinea and against Botswana in the CAN 2023 qualifiers? Of course, there are good reasons for hope. With his interesting frame, his percussion, his velocity and his instinctive malice, Seifeddine Jaziri, 29, has won for some … Read more

Press release: The jewels of Japanese architecture in Japan and Switzerland

Press release The jewels of Japanese architecture in Japan and

19.05.2022 – 17:40 Panta Rhei PR AG A document JNTO_CP_Japanese Arc~_FINAL_20220519.pdfPDF – 233 kB The jewels of Japanese architecture in Japan and Switzerland enthusiasts of contemporary architecture will find their happiness in many places in Japan. For example on the island of Awaji, where Shigeru Ban’s latest masterpiece has recently inspired aesthetes around the world. … Read more

Press release from the Conference of Bishops of France: May 15, 2022, canonizations of Charles de Foucauld, Marie Rivier and César de Bus

Brother Charles de Foucauld (1858-1916)Charles de Foucauld was born in Strasbourg in 1958. After a dissipated youth, during a stay in Algeria, at the start of his military career, his discovery of believers in Islam moved him deeply and prepared him for his encounter with Christ. Back in France, he saw a radical conversion after … Read more