Hidden for a century, a bronze Camille Claudel will be auctioned

An exceptional auction will take place on June 11th at the Chateau d’Artigny in Indre-et-Loire: a sculpture by Camille Claudel, which remained for more than a century hidden in a closet and discovered last April. It is a bronze copy of “La Valse”, a work that caused scandal at the time because of its intense sensuality. There is no doubt that this sculpture will make waltz the auction.[ . . . ]

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“The Last Girl – the one that has all the gifts”, film of societal zombies

Colm McCarthy, with “The Last Girl” digs the furrow of the zombies that are everywhere and proliferate on screens, big or small. We were not expecting Glenn Close in a horror film that shoots on a worn-out rope. This would not count on our zombies presented in an unexpected, subtle and effective. [ . . .]
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A Warm and Fuzzy Day in Paris | Rick Steves’ Travel Blog

On my last day in Paris, I was met by my partner Trish (The Travelphile) — who took all the photos in this post — and we had a delightful afternoon simply enjoying the city’s hottest new spot: the pedestrianized embankment of the Seine. [ . . . ]

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