CharlElie Couture has not only made a name for himself as a talented singer/songwriter, he has also established an excellent reputation as a painter, photographer and producer. He will be joined by Karim Attoumane (guitar) and Blake Miller (accordion, banjo and violin) to perform new songs as well as his classic hits in a set of two-night engagements in Los Angeles at the Raymond Kabbaz Theatre on March 24th and 25th and the 26th and 27th at the Lycée Français de San Francisco.
Paris Combo will perform across North America in February, beginning on the 11th in Arizona and continuing through the 25th near Boston. Along the way, the group will stop through City Winery venues in Chicago and New York (the 19th and 21st respectively), among other dates.
Don't miss this opportunity to see the new French film Elle, a psychological thriller about a young woman seeking to reclaim her life after a traumatic event in her past. This film will be shown at the West Newton Cinema and Merrill's Roxy Theatre, but don't wait long because this film won't be in theatres forever!
Summer time. A teenage boy and girl have their first date in a park. Hesitant and shy at first, they soon discover each other, get closer as they wander, and end up falling in love.
French Movie Nights presents two films in February: FANNY'S JOURNEY, directed by Lola Doillon, about a girl who takes charge of a group of eight children and sets off on a dangerous journey through occupied France to reach the Swiss border, and KE
Almine Rech Gallery presents John M Armleder, organized with Nicolas Trembley, from January 18-February 23, 2017. Marking his first solo exhibition in the gallery’s New York space, the renowned multi-disciplinary artist John M Armleder will present a historic ensemble of drawings created in the 1960s, a selection of notable Furniture Sculpture works from the 1980s, and a series of new paintings produced in New York specifically for the occasion.
The Joyce Theater will present the Ballet de Lorraine from Feb 7 to 12 with recent commissions to French choreographers among them, HOK by Alban Richard, Director of the National Choreographic Center in Caen, Normandie. Before coming to New York, Alban spoke with us about his work. Here is the interview.
The New York–based International Center of Photography, which reopened its museum last spring downtown on the Bowery, announced the 2017 winners of its Infinity Awards. This year’s recipient for art is the photographer and conceptual artist Sophie Calle.
On the occasion of the exhibition "Mathieu Mercier: Neither / Nor" at Osmos Address, we talked with Cay Sophie Rabinowitz, curator of the exhibition and founding director and publisher of Osmos Magazine.