- Mar 24, 2011 at 7:00am to Apr 23, 2011 at 1:00pm EDT
- Location: FIAF - 22 East 60th Street
The FIAF Gallery is proud to present from March 24-April 23 the US debut of a new exhibit of photos of France's legendary bad boy, Serge Gainsbourg.
Initials L.G. features portraits as well as rare and unusual images of the icon from noted photographers who documented his celebrity.
- Created by: FIAF
- Apr 3, 2011 to Apr 17, 2011
- Location: FASHION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
From April 4th to April 17th, Claire Catoire, the French designer of "Claire Veut la Lune" will exhibit her creations at the Fashion Institute of Technology. For this project, Claire Catoire has worked in association with Pascal Auvé, a French photographer.
This exhibit is an illustration of our world-famous lace heritage, typical of Northern France.
Through photographs, cocktail and wedding dresses, Claire and Pascal propose a dream-like anthem to lace.
This event - organized by 2 teachers and the students of Lycée Saint Jude located in Northern France - is the first of a series of events aiming at presenting and promoting Northern France through its most attractive aspects.
April will be the month of Northern France in New York!
- Created by: Refouni Isabelle
- Apr 4, 2011 to Apr 26, 2011
- Location: Florence Gould Hall
The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), New York's premiere French cultural center, celebrates the spring with a new CinémaTuesdays series exploring Paris, the City of Light.
How does one capture the essence of a city, recreate its soul, the beatings of its heart, and describe its mutations while celebrating what makes it timeless and unique among all of the other cities of the world? These questions continue to guide us through the evolving history of thousands of films that feature Paris as either subject or backdrop. By summoning the first films of young filmmakers alongside works by recognized directors and blending the genres of fiction, documentary and animation, FIAF shares with you the eternal city of light.
The Paris au présent series is co-curated by Marie Losier, Laurence Herzberg of The Forum Des Images and the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
- Created by: FIAF
- Apr 4, 2011 at 2:00pm to Apr 17, 2011 at 3:00pm EDT
- Location: Institute of Technology
From April 4th to April 17th, Claire Catoire, the French designer of "Claire Veut la Lune" will exhibit her creations at the Fashion Institute of Technology. For this project, Claire Catoire has work…Organized by Lycée Saint Jude, Armentières- Northern
- Created by: Louchie Anais
- Apr 8, 2011 at 3:00pm to Apr 29, 2011 at 3:00pm EDT
- Location: Museum of Arts and Design
Isaach De Bankolé, An Unexpected Gentleman
Frequent star of films by Claire Denis, Jim Jarmusch, and Lars Von Trier, the French actor Isaach De Bankolé has become the preeminent leading man in a contemporary wave of cinema tackling the effects of Western colonialism on Africa.
Originally born on the Ivory Coast before moving to Paris, where he was discovered on the street., Isaach De Bankolé has changed the face of French cinema as a pioneering leading man of color in French Cinema.
A César award winner, De Bankolé is well know to European audiences for his powerful, subtly intense, and compelling performances. Whether an assassin, Cameroonian houseboy to French colonialists, or asylum seeker, De Bankolé’s presents his characters will dignity, power, and refinement. No matter how complicated the moral code or choices a role tackles, De Bankolé’s imbues each performance with the grace and strength of a gentleman.
Surveying this extraordinary actor’s career, MAD is proud to team with the Fre
- Created by: mad
- Apr 17, 2011 from 11:00am to 1:00pm EDT
- Location: LEGENDS Bar
Le match de l'année pour le PSG! Brunch pour ceux qui veulent avant le match à 13:00 au resto Le Parisien, 33ème entre third av et LEX. Prière de me dire si vous venez pour réserver! Allez Paris, allez PSG! Venir avec maillots, écharpes et chants.
PSG NYC Fan Club
- Created by: Pierre Watiez