You know this movie, in which Ben stiller, playing the role of Larry, a museum attendant, spends his nights in the Museum of Natural History, and discovers that each statue, painting or skeleton comes alive at night. Well, on Saturday, I had the same experience - except that, unfortunately, the pieces of art were... static … Lire la suite de Night at the Museum
Hi there ! Just landed from London (well, actually, that was 6 days ago, but... I wrote this article when I came back and didn't have time to finish it until today - and... I still feel jet lagged, you know ?). YAAAYY ! Planning some big surprises, and a looot of pictures are waiting … Lire la suite de Eclairage Public
Sweet Sweet potatoes, As you read in the title, big news today. Yesterday, while I was talking with a friend about my wish to take drama lessons, she advised me to try my luck at the Conservatory of Nice. From this moment, I couldn't stop thinking about it, and this afternoon, she came with me … Lire la suite de Big news !
Egalitée, Victoire, 2017 - Paper cutout, collage, 73 x 60 cm. "We need to reconsider the definition of Feminism. Feminism shouldn't mean women's superiority, but equality between men and women. Nowadays, being a feminist means wanting females to dominate males. But this amounts to repeat the actual pattern : gender inequality. No one is to be superior. No … Lire la suite de Egalitée
Today is, I think, the first time I'm giving my opinion about music on my blog. In music, as in other categories of art, I have very... eclectic tastes. Which is quite practical, because I don't like one kind of music in particular, so I am able to talk about a large quantity of different … Lire la suite de Rilès
When I entered the first room of the Bourdelle Museum, I was quite confused. Actually, I didn't know who Antoine Bourdelle was, I had no idea he was an artist, and that this museum was dedicated to him. So you can understand how surprise I was when I discovered the "Grand Hall des Plâtres" (=the Great … Lire la suite de Balenciaga X Bourdelle : L’oeuvre au noir
At the Palais Royal Theater in Paris, Edmond, a play by Alexis Michalik, is being performed from the 23rd of April to the 23rd of December. Edmond tells the story of Edmond Rostand, French writer, poet and playwright born in the XIXth century. More precisely, it's a focus on the period of his life during which he created … Lire la suite de Edmond
Yesterday evening, I was invited by Cecilia Russo and Diep Nguyen, founders of the Girl Gram Gang, to attend their event at La Verrière Co-Working. The GG. Gang is a "feminist, solidarity-based community", founded in March by these two girls. Yesterday was their very first event. They invited a dozen people, including myself, all different, but connected by a common … Lire la suite de Girl Gram Gang
Aahhh Dadaism... What can I say about it ? Dadaism generates several questions which are nearly impossible to answer. Is Dadaism real art, or simple bullshit ? The original principle of this movement was to think that "everything is art". But, is everything really art ? On Wednesday, I went to the Monnaie de Paris to … Lire la suite de Floor-naments
OMG. I just realized, while I was looking at the huge number of unpublished articles on my blog, that I left a lot of drafts that I planned on posting a very long time ago - and I didn't ! Articles about subjects that seemed very important to me. And I didn't post them because … Lire la suite de This is not a biography !