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Between laughs and tears, you will remember me, tell us that even when memory fades, the main thing remains. Patrick Chesnais gives us a very tender interpretation of this man who forgets who he is but not what he is.
The Cognacq-Jay Museum is organizing the very first exhibition devoted to a particularly codified and unavoidable corporation in the diffusion of French art and luxury. Through the fates of merchants like Lazare Duvaux or Dominique Daguerre, the museum presents a hundred works of art, documents and archives illustrating the origins of Parisian luxury.
Jean d'Ormesson, through an improvised and imaginary evening in December 1803 between Bonaparte and his faithful second consul Cambaceres, tried to capture the moment when Napoleon, adulated by the French whom he drew from the abyss, decides to become Emperor! An entertaining and playful evening in the image of this author.
The French Cinematheque in Paris is organizing an exhibition and a retrospective devoted to the master of western Sergio Leone, the little Roman boy from Trastevere who played a lot of cowboys and Indians roles before transforming the rules and codes of the western to conquer the vast world.
A true story around the incubator of Roman, born prematurely, upsetting a family put to the test thirteen days. On stage, Gaël Leiblang plunges us into the diary of a father who struggles to find the path to resilience.
On the occasion of the centenary of the death of Egon Schiele, the Louis Vuitton Foundation has chosen to present the Austrian artist on the side of Jean-Michel Basquiat, in two neighboring exhibitions. Beyond the historical and artistic contexts that may seem distant, a number of points bring the two accursed artists closer together.