Philippe Cohen Grillet

Philippe Cohen-Grillet is a journalist and writer. He writes for Le Canard enchaîné, Paris Match and is an editorial writer specialising in judicial, terrorist and defence cases for Sud Radio. He has devoted several books to his investigations, Maurice Papon, collaborations at the Assises (Le Bord De L’eau, 1997), Our years of lead. From Cairo to Bataclan, autopsy of a disaster (Plein Jour, 2016) and author of two novels, ‘Haut et court’ (Le Dilettante, 2012), ‘Usage de faux’ (Écriture, 2016), acclaimed by critics for their sharp pen and sharp humour. Among its many shortcomings, many say it is obstinate and its bibliophilic bias is proven.

Philippe Cohen Grillet’s Articles

#NEW YORK It was during a last autumn sale in New York that Christie's auctioned David Hockney's painting "Portrait of an Artist (Pool with two figures)" for $90.3 million (including fees). An absolute record…