Virginie Herz on photography, Amobe Mevegue on music, Sean Rose on exhibitions, Jessica Michault on fashion, Lisa Nesselson on cinema and Sylvia Whitman on literature... Every morning, our culture critics give you the lowdown on the latest trends. From Monday to Friday at 9.45 am.
Today our music critic Amobe Mevegue talks about the release of 70 year old Chucho Valdes' new album, the debut album of ex member of french hip hop band Saian Supa Crew, and up and coming solo artist Sly Johnson, and the 20th anniversary of british electro-pop record label Ninja Tune.
Our art critic gives us a history lesson and takes us to the latest exhibition at Musée Jacquemart André to see Rubens, Poussin and other masters of the 17th century. 'Rubens, Poussin, from Baroque to Classicism' is on until 24th January 2011.
Augustin Trapenard today talks native american literature with a major literary festival dedicated to America kicking off today in Vincennes: The 'Festival America'. Augustin tells us more about two authors who both have an indian heritage and who just released their latest novel: Louise Erdrich and Joseph Boyden.
Today, our cinema critic Lisa Nesselson talks about 'L'amour fou', a documentary on the 50 year love story of fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and businessman Pierre Berge.
She also takes us to Dinard, where the 21st Festival of British Film will take place from October 6th to 10th and to Austria, where the Vienna International Film Festival known as the Viennale, will run from October 21st to November 3rd.