Musées et Expositions

Dark Thread by Henry Wessel

Died last September, Henry Wessel leaves an indelible mark in the history of photography and American cinema. The characteristic technique of his work was to find a plot in the form of a short story from his images, always taken in the right place at the right time. His series A Dark Thread had, moreover, […]

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Book Review

Houellebecq et les femmes

« C’est un monde un peu gluant, un peu glauque, mais ça respire quand même » disait Laure Adler à la sortie du premier roman de Michel Houellebecq, Extension du domaine de la lutte. Avec son dernier roman en date, Sérotonine, Michel Houellebecq signe le roman du chagrin et du regret par excellence, dans une civilisation qui s’éteint […]

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Good Talk

Are you in Control ?

« As my awareness increases, my control over my own being increases » William Schutz. A lot of people nowadays wake up in the morning and have millions of things going on in their minds, and whatever excites them, makes them feel good is rejected to stick to a program. You drink your coffee, go to the […]

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Good Talk

How well do you walk through the fire ?

Hello everyone, 2019 has officially started and I wanted to stop for a moment, take a step back and let you have a glimpse of what 2018 looked, for me. I must confess that, as a little girl, I’ve always made lots of plans, to-do lists, and journals filled with endless goals and I always […]

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Non classé

Coup de Coeur !

Hey Everyone! I’m so excited and proud to share with you this piece of art, my friend Aliashka just released her first single « Save Me ». Eclectic, artistic and hypnotizing ! Give yourself a favor and listen to it 🙂 Remember that it is really important to always encourage your friends in their journey, people who […]

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Café Littéraire du mois

Mes pépites du mois d’Octobre

#Cafélittéraire du mois d’Octobre … à consommer sans modération 😉   #1 Jack London, Martin Eden  « C’était un homme sans passé, à l’avenir sombre, à l’amer présent enfiévré du désir de vivre. » On commence cette sélection par un classique, un magnifique roman paru en 1909, de l’un de mes auteurs préférés, le premier à m’avoir […]

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