The famous Fables of La Fontaine

The famous Fables of La Fontaine

If he is a classical author who marked his time with his unique style, it is indeed Jean de la Fontaine with his famous fables! Albert Camus, Françoise Sagan, Jean Paul Sartre, Félicité Herzog, Andrée Chedid… Which writer hasn’t already read them? Discover in this article the Fables, their morals and their characteristics which place them at the heart of classicism. What is a fable? A fable is an imaginary story, very often written by the fabulist in verse. It often features Man represented by animals, and the aim is…

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The importance of culture for students

The importance of culture for students

No one can dispute the importance of culture in human life. However, young people, especially students, tend to neglect this detail. Indeed, culture is also very important in the daily lives of students. Patrick Bézier, Managing Director at Audiens, explains why. Culture is a body of knowledge that we acquire over time, throughout our lives. This knowledge can come from very different fields such as philosophy, history, technology, art, and can be acquired in everyday life as well as in books. In short, culture is everywhere. It allows one to…

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The advent of digital art

The advent of digital art

The integration of digital technologies has, over the last fifty years or so, gradually made artistic practices evolve, even if the majority of artists still express themselves with more traditional supports and materials such as canvas, paper, earth or metal. In order not to fall into the confusion, how can we define digital arts? To answer, here is MJM Graphic Design’s opinion on the question. According to MJM Graphic Design, it turns out that the beginnings of computer technology in the 1960s coincided with the decompartmentalization of artistic categories that…

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Key works of art in the twentieth century

Key works of art in the twentieth century

All the artistic currents that succeeded each other during the 20th century asked the same questions about the definition of art. Surrealism, abstraction, cubism, dada… They all questioned its forms, both modern and traditional, its codes and its purpose. Jean Baptiste Gouraud, a painter, reveals three masterpieces from this period: Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain, Mondrian’s New York City and a portrait of Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol. Fountain by Marcel Duchamp Fontaine, created by Marcel Duchamp under an assumed name at the Society of Independent Artists of New York, is one…

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Berlin’s 5 must-visit contemporary art spaces in Berlin

Berlin’s 5 must-visit contemporary art spaces in Berlin

Less than two hours from Paris by plane is the most original and quirky city in the world. Famous for being the city of museums, Berlin has built up an undeniable artistic identity. There are about 170 museums and 300 contemporary art galleries. Jean Louis Sbeghen, a great lover of Berlin art, invites us to take a guided tour of the city’s most famous contemporary art squares. The city of Berlin itself is an open-air museum. Street Art has given the city the appearance of a gigantic work of art….

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Focus: all the secrets of the filming of the famous movie “Forrest Gump”.

Focus: all the secrets of the filming of the famous movie “Forrest Gump”.

We all know the famous line: “Mom always said, life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to run into”. This phrase, which has become a cult phrase, is obviously taken from Robert Zemeckis’ film “Forrest Gump”. Released in 1994, the film became one of the cinema classics to be seen and seen again at any age. Indeed, this film retraces the life of a boy who, in spite of himself, witnesses many historical events, while also living incredible things. Upon its release, the film…

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Discover art and design with Jean-Baptiste Gouraud

Discover art and design with Jean-Baptiste Gouraud

The world of art encompasses a wide range of professions. Indeed, this term includes design, painting, photography, architecture and video. All these art forms aim to create and conceive something by integrating an aesthetic dimension and a certain technicality. But it is also important to know that the world of art is always on the move and that it is continually developing due to technological advances, fashion and trends. This is why there are more and more professions linked to art and many French people are choosing to pursue an…

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These 5 styles of art that will always be popular

These 5 styles of art that will always be popular

When we browse an art gallery, we easily know the works that challenge us. They are usually the ones we often look at the longest. We don’t necessarily like them, but they attract our attention and make us think. But when it comes to choosing artwork to decorate our own homes, we have the opportunity to choose from the styles of art we like the most. To help you, Jean Louis Sbeghen has put together 5 styles that will always be popular. Abstract art Abstract paintings are often difficult to…

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After two years of closure, Studio 207 reopens its doors

After two years of closure, Studio 207 reopens its doors

Built in 1965, Studio 207, a neighbourhood cinema in the town of Taverny, in the Val-D’oise, reopened its doors thanks to political action and a buyer: Marc Dingreville. The establishment has been open since June 26, 2019 and an expansion project is planned. A historic site Created in the 1960s by Jacqueline Paccioni and her husband, at a time when cinema was becoming a leisure activity accessible to all, Studio 207 has seen many people pass through its two rooms. Some have even become fans of this small neighbourhood cinema,…

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August’s most eagerly awaited films

August’s most eagerly awaited films

With the high temperatures that are currently hitting a large part of France, a trip to the cinema can be a good way to stay cool. Indeed, it is sometimes preferable to stay indoors, in air-conditioned spaces to cool down a bit. And fortunately, August promises to be rich in cinematic novelties. Marc Dingreville, director of the Domont cinema, gives us an update on the must-see films of this month of August. Fast & Furious : Hobbs & Shaw After Fast & Furious 7 released in 2015, a new installment…

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