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OSNI by Cartier

Cartier – another renowned French Maison that I admire, is presenting its OSNI project, the first Unidentified Scented Object from October 20th to 23rd during the FIAC, one of those art fairs you don’t want to miss. 549 more words



The refugee crisis seen through the lens of contemporary art has been a recurring source of debate in the past year. What can the art world could do to raise awareness around refugees’ travelling and living conditions? 1,749 more words

Exhibition Review

Contemporary Art From a Potato's Perspective...

La clepsyore

My journey with contemporary art has been several years in the making. I’m an otherwise unlikely person to be plunged into a life of visual art experiences had it not been for my partner, a woman with ambition and growing career in the field. 460 more words

Palais de Tokyo & Rainy Exploring

Being Paris, rain clouds swirled high and dark above the city. Through the air was heavy with moisture and thunderheads loomed, there was a curious lack of cold, and the wind that blew through the apartment’s open windows was not enough to bring chills. 701 more words


travel diaries / paris _ all watched over by machines of loving grace.

paris holds a special soft spot in my heart, so when i was invited to speak at conference in february 2017, i said yes and booked the train tickets. 150 more words

Visual Diary

SO! Amplifies: Anne Le Troter's "Bulleted List"

SO! Amplifies. . .a highly-curated, rolling mini-post series by which we editors hip you to cultural makers and organizations doing work we really really dig.  You’re welcome! 626 more words

Sound Studies

Which Came First, the Frenchman or the Egg?

A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to spend a few days in Paris with my old friend Sarah Maxwell who lives in the city and works as an illustrator. 1,269 more words