Small stories unfolding

by HRM on December 12, 2012

There’s a Confucius quote that goes something like “the man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.” Kyle Hughes-Odgers is the exceptionally talented Perth-based artist who is carrying these small stones.


Obscuring the Camera Obscura

by HRM on October 26, 2012

Robert Canali is presenting work as part of two exhibitions coinciding with this year’s FIAC festival. These are his first exhibitions in Paris. YIA (Young International Artists) Art Fair showcases 25 artists under 30 years of
age. Appartement will also host some of Rob’s work. 18 – 21 October.


Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky are the translating dream team. Husband and wife, American and Russian, tall and short – together, they have translated twenty-one classic Russian texts into English, working their way from Anton to Zhivago.


“Would you have sex with an Arab?”

by HRM on October 5, 2012

“I never thought I would pick this subject. I guess it came to me by instinct, really spontaneously,” Yolande Zauberman contemplates for a moment, “the question just suddenly popped up in my head and I immediately felt the need to ask it.”


The Parisian Cafe

by HRM on September 16, 2012

Cafés are entwined with the very idea of Paris, inseparable as baguettes and artists and berets. At Shakespeare & Company, noted author and savant of just-about-everything Parisian, John Baxter sat down, caffeine-free, with two experts on cafés and, in particular, the famous Le Sélect.


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