Pitchfork, Proust, BNF… Here’s the week’s agenda

Events not to be missed this week!

Music • Pitchfork Music Festival Paris

The Pitchfork Music Festival is back and it’s creeping up everywhere, from Gaîté Lyrique (Paris 3), to Trianon (Paris 18) via Boule Noire (Paris 18). In the program, Discoveries (John Glacier), Affirmations (Gishi, Sudan Archives) and Fundamentals (Porridge Radio, Comet Is Coming). A must have for a sleepless week.

From 14 to 21 November 2022 all over Paris

Scenes • carcass by Marco da Silva Ferreira

after, after brother And the buffaloThe young Portuguese choreographer returned with a performance on the issue of memory and heritage. “What is to be preserved from a culture linked to the authoritarian, even totalitarian past?‘, wondering with carcass. On stage, ten dancers dressed in very colorful tracksuits will mix folk dances and footwork from Clubs on colorful, cheerful music, composed of samples and percussion instruments of all kinds, designed by Joao Pais Felipe and Luis Pestana. Tonic and stripper!

November 15 at TANDEM in Douai

movie theater • state of the world In the photo forum

The thirteenth edition of the festival state of the world In the photo forum will provide an opportunity to discover many films in the preview, such as the wonderful Saint Omar by Alice Diopbut also no bears, The last movie of Jaafar Panahiour suns by Carla Simon or even the worst Written by Liz Akoca and Romain Gerrit, on the closing night of the festival. Tribute to the British documentary filmmaker Adam Curtis His films will also be scheduled HyperNormalization And the Bitter Lake.

Until November 17 at the Photo Forum in Paris

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Art • Re-opening of the Contemporary Art Center

After more than a year without management, the Magasin – Center d’art national contemporaneous in Grenoble welcomed its new director in February 2022: Celine Cope. A reopening is scheduled for November 18 with a program of exhibitions, performances, new commissioned works, and redesigned spaces. And in the middle is a group exhibition featuring works by Anna Solal, Bron Fay, Hannah Quinlan, Rosie P. Hastings or Alvaro Urbano, as well as a solo exhibition by Binta Diaw – not to mention a big party to permanently illuminate these new horizons.

From November 18 at Magasin, the center of contemporary art in Grenoble

Exhibition • Marcel Proust at BNF

Proust General Exhibition. Marcel Proust. work factory Open since October 11 at BNF, it will be available for free on November 18. Renew our vision for Search By taking us deep inside the scenes of its creation. Thrilling.

November 18 in free access to the BNF website, François Mitterrand in Paris

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