Here is a little "report" of my trip to Paris (yes, the one I did more than a month ago..). Better late than never, right ? exhibitions Irving Penn Stylish, elegant, poetic... You like Helmut Newton's work, vintage fashion, black and white photography and reading Vogue : Irving Penn is the answer. Exposing his wonderful … Lire la suite de My art-trip to Paris
On Thursday, I went to Julien Doré's concert. See, Julien Doré is the perfect and concrete proof of what I call an "artist". I don't always speak about the concerts I attend for a simple reason : I don't consider every singer as an artist. To me, artists are singers who write their own songs, … Lire la suite de &sperluette // Julien Doré
I discovered John Legend a few years ago. My parents saw him at the Nice Jazz Festival - they didn't know him at the time - and loved his work. We started listening to his album Evolver, while we were on holidays in Greece. From then we couldn't stop buying his albums and listening to … Lire la suite de A Dream Come True !
On Friday night - not yesterday, but the week before (yes, again, I am really late) - I was, in Nice, at the concert of M. M as Matthieu Chedid, french singer, famous poet Andrée Chedid's grandson, famous singer Louis Chedid's son, and brother of two other singers, Joseph and Anna, and a filmmaker, Emilie. … Lire la suite de Lamomali
Press play right below, so you can be in the total-mamma-mia-mood while reading ! Oooohh, I should have posted this article a long time ago (as what I am going to talk about happened 2 weeks ago), but the lack of time is one of my biggest problems in life. Anyway. I obviously couldn't not … Lire la suite de Mamma Mia !
"La musique savante manque à notre désir" - Arthur Rimbaud. Besides singing in the shower or doing hair guitar (when I am alone, obviously) in my bedroom, I've never been interested in taking lessons or playing a particular instrument (not that I wouldn't like it, just that I've never really considered the option). And, besides … Lire la suite de Fills Monkey