Save the date for Brooklyn this fall and Albertine’s new publishing season! [fr]
This fall the Cultural Services of the French Embassy will present a completely new cultural season centered on one of the five "boroughs" of New York. The return of autumn is also synonymous with the new publishing season.
Save the date for Brooklyn this fall!
This fall the Cultural Services of the French Embassy will present a completely new cultural season centered on one of the five « boroughs » of New York : « Brooklyn Falls for France » whose program will display in particular many theatrical representations. See The End of Eddy at BAM Fisher and History of Violence at St. Ann’s Warehouse adapted from the texts of Edouard Louis, an exposition of the artist JR at the Brooklyn Museum, a concert of composers Christine Groult and Beatriz Ferreyra, the presentation of films never before seen of the icon of the French New Wave Juliet Berto, and a series of discussions organized around the publications of Epure at The Invisible Dog Art Center. Full program here.
Check out Albertine’s new publishing season!
The return of autumn is also synonymous with the return of literary events after a long summer, with several events not be missed at Albertine starting this September. Ils ont tué Monsieur H. by Maurin Picard, the study of the death of Dag Hammarskjöld, Secretary General of the United Nations in 1961 (September 19th), Animalia on the life of a family of a farmer throughout the 20th century with writer Jean-Baptiste Del Amo (September 21st), and lastly a discussion on The Barefoot Woman by Scholastique Mukasonga, tribute to his mother, victim of the Rwandan Genocide (September 25th). Information here.