“Why Vienna?”: After the terrorist attack, amazement in the Austrian capital

Quiet reigns in the park in front of Gertrud Fröhlich-Sandner Primary School in Vienna’s second district. No one on the swings, nor at the skatepark; … Read more

Kapwani Kiwanga, winner of the 20th Marcel-Duchamp Prize

It is not the great return of painting that the 20e edition of the Marcel-Duchamp Prize, awarded to the Pompidou Center, but rather armfuls of … Read more

Kapwani Kiwanga, winner of the 20th Marcel-Duchamp Prize

It is not the great return of painting that the 20e edition of the Marcel-Duchamp Prize, awarded to the Pompidou Center, but rather armfuls of … Read more

“The Night Traveler”, a budding old age

Here is a book which should be addressed urgently to the philosopher André Comte Sponville, who proclaims on all television sets his indignation at a … Read more

Greece: The myth of Atlantis comes to life on Santorini

Dhe earth trembles. A dull rumble and a cloud of ash herald something ominous. This is followed by a huge explosion that rips apart the … Read more

Violent protests in Minneapolis, Renault savings plan, Adama Traoré … Most of the news of this Friday

News in France Renault. The automaker unveiled on Friday a vast savings plan with nearly 15,000 job cuts expected worldwide, including 4,600 in France due … Read more

Donna Haraway, evolution from nature

Little known in France (perhaps because of the difficulty of translating its style and its many neologisms?), Donna Haraway, philosopher and biologist, is the author … Read more

Memories and setbacks – Culture / Next

From gossip to gossip: here it is the time saved, Raphaël Enthoven’s latest book is the talk of the world. In this opus mixing fiction … Read more

The subtle tongues of sand of Gilles Aillaud

Dead in 2005, at the age of 73, Gilles Aillaud left a relatively rare work (350 paintings in fifty years of career). So we will … Read more