Palais de Tokyo

One of the things I like most about contemporary and installation art is how it reaches across boundaries; out of the canvas, off the wall, into so many of our senses. The most engaging contemporary works are interactive, unexpected and even disconcerting. They draw you out of your comfort zone, challenge your preconceptions and engage … More Palais de Tokyo

Mémorial de la Shoah

There’s no denying that France has a long and varied history; I’m constantly learning a new chapter of its story. But sadly French history isn’t all revolutions, empires and left-wing student rebellions in the Paris streets. For there is no sugar coating the role French forces played in collaborating with their Nazi occupiers during the Second World War. Between … More Mémorial de la Shoah