The 4 unmissable Pavilions of the Biennale di Venezia

The Biennale has just opened yet the line outside of the German pavilion is endless as Anne Imhof was awarded the Golden...

Carte Blanche César Vayssié à la Ménagerie de Verre: Volmir Cordeiro, Julia Perazzini, Raphaëlle Delaunay et Dominique Gilliot by Araso

The happy marriage of art and technology as celebrated by César Vayssié

A sublime light design enhances the primary colours giving the party its population of lonely souls looking for a new...

Another distinguée: La Ribot’s pagan High Mass

Another distinguée is a powerful performance by La Ribot, where images explode in voracious desire hungry for...

Beauty is a moveable feast for Yves-Noël Genod

Life is a moveable feast. Or so it is for Yves-Noël Genod and these kids who lack neither passion nor French...

Nadia Vadori Gauthier, illustration © Araso

A micro-performance feast

Since Charlie Hebdo, daily life poet Nadia Vadori-Gauthier has cast a pink filter over the world by dancing one minute...

Petite Nature, Compagnie l'Unanime, illustration © Araso

Petite Nature: a performance about happiness and creativity

Three guys in colourful shorts, white tanks and windcheaters are on top of a plastic mountain. They come across the...

Myriam Gourfink, Amas: a (very) slow-motion meditation

This unbelievably slow-moving ballet is somehow unsettling. Myriam Gourfink opened the Faits d’Hiver Dance...

Maniacs au Mouffetard - illustration by Araso

Maniacs: inside the world of love dolls

With Maniacs, Amsterdam-based Ulrike Quade Company dives into the heart of a topic as essential as it is controversial:...

COCHLEA, Illustration © Araso

COCHLEA, the art of breath listening

Sitting on the benches of the Ménagerie de Verre like small children, the audience is awaiting Maguelone Vidal...