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Lili Tisseyre
Founder / Head of Publication

Journalist then production director, Lili Tisseyre directed the creation and editorial management of the first web content for the Endemol group’s Real Tv show in the early 2000s. Holder of a postgraduate degree in economic intelligence strategy (Ecole de Guerre Economique), she collaborates in the setting up…

Dominique Vautrin
Author

Dominique Vautrin is a French photographer. Influenced by American street photography, he develops during his various projects, a dark work that depicts a society in a phase of anonymization. The crudeness of his images and the solitude that emanates from them make this artist a value of European …

Christophe Billard
Author

From his passion for art, discovered at a very young age, Christophe Billard never lost from his sight this passion through his 25 years banking career. ESSEC diploma in pocket and VSNE accomplished in commodity trading in Hong Kong, Christophe joined Societe Generale and embarks for successive “septennats” …

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Marlène Pegliasco
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Graduate of a Master in Art History and living in Toulon, I created the blog Art In Var (www.artinvar.fr) to share with my readers, the rich artistic news of this beautiful department. This passion leads me today to publish articles on various national and international artistic events. I collaborated during one year and …

Michel Gathier
Author

With a literary background, Michel Gathier, developed a passion for art very early, particularly during long stays abroad. He has contributed to the magazine “L’art vivant” and now writes in the Côte d’Azur cultural newspaper “La Strada” and in his blog “L’art de Nice”.

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Thierry Forien
Author

Passionate about art and culture in all its forms, Thierry Forien is a collector of classical and contemporary art. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Friends of the Palais de Tokyo and was President for three years of the Discovery Award of the Friends of the Palais de Tokyo and member of the ADIAF. He actively supports the Olivier Debré Contemporary Creation Center in Tours and is a director of the ThalieLab Foundation in Brussels. Thierry Forien is regularly invited to participate in juries and selection committees.

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28 Vignon Street
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28 VIGNON STREET is a new exhibition platform for works of art, founded in 2018 by Roger Szmulewicz, director of Gallery FIFTY ONE. The pieces are carefully selected from renowned artists in online exhibitions. Previously a specialist at Sotheby’s, Gérôme Saint-Germain, author of the 28 VIGNON STREET articles, is collaborating on this new event whose stakes are to develop a label of trust and quality with an international clientele.

Bubble
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Once a week, Bubble tells you about a comic strip that made them vibrate. And as a bonus they show you some boards and a dialogue that marked them. #BD #Mangas #Comic.

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Patrice Huchet
Author

Passionate since his childhood about all forms of artistic expression, he began his career in the world of tourism where he practiced travel photography. He then joined a photo agency where he held marketing/communication positions for more than 15 years. He organizes some exhibitions and creates from 2009 a…

LÉON MYCHKINE
AUTHOR

Léon Mychkine is the pseudonym of an art critic, interviewer and photographer, who writes on his own website: Art-icle. His real name is easy to find, and he is a writer, original poet, PhD in Philosophy and independent researcher.

Ray
Author

When you want to become a professional cyclist and you don’t have the genetics to do it, then you have to find a way, as they say, to stay in the business. It is the story of many amateur cyclists who eventually become coaches, race organizers or like me, journalists. To transcribe the joys, sorrows and frustrations of…

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Theo Pillault
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Born in 1982 in Tours. Work in Paris. Théophile Pillault is a journalist and author. His articles are published by Vice, Mouvement, Trax Magazine or Inrockuptibles. Director of work, he initiated for the painter Toma-l the editing project Vas-y (published in 2011, awarded in 2013 at the Fedrigoni Top Awards). In 2014, he signed The Chronicles (Griffin / Pyramyd Publishing, Gingko Press), the first monograph dedicated to the painter JonOne. He takes part in the #FREEBASSEL campaign, in tribute to Bassel Khartabil, a Syrian pioneer of the free Internet, imprisoned by the Assad regime. He co-edited The Cost of Freedom in 2015 (Fabricatorz, #newpalmyra, BooksPrints). Sponsored by the French Institute of Tunisia, it presents in Tunis the project “Resolution [s]”, realized in 2016 in partnership with the National Center of Ceramic Art – Sidi Kacem Jelizi. He writes regularly for the space of Art Montresso, installed in Marrakech. In 2018, Théophile co-wrote the documentary film UXÅ, a musical dive at the heart of the Swedish Hardcore scene. This year he publishes the second book dedicated to the work of artist JonOne (Ed Skira).

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Marianna de Marzi
Author

Young independent curator, Marianna De Marzi uses her versatility to support the promotion of contemporary art and its artists. She worked alongside Nicolas Bourriaud in the curatorial department of “THREADS: Fantasmagoria about distance”, the central exhibition of the Kaunas Biennale in Lithuania. Sales…

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Clément Thibault
Author

Clément Thibault is an art critic and independent curator. He is involved in numerous publications such as AMA (of which he was editor-in-chief for two years), Art Absolument, La Gazette Drouot, Mowwgli and the journal Critique d’art. He also writes for institutions (Centre Pompidou, Centre d’art Campredon…), …

Philippe Cohen Grillet
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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, from collaborations to the Assises (Le Bord De L’eau, 1997), Nos années de plomb. From Cairo to Bataclan…