The journalist and writer, Katrine Marçal, visited Paris to talk about her book, Who cooked Adam Smith’s dinner (translated from Swedish), Brexit and in general about a feministic view on Western economy.
That’s a question intelligentsia, artists, women and civil rights activists seriously have to ask themselves these days. Donald Trump has been elected President of one of the world’s most influential countries; England voted for Brexit and France’s politicians are accused of corruption scandals… where are we heading?
In many ways, this year will be a memorable one. A new President in the USA, many fear and others have put their hopes into; elections in France and Germany. We have several interesting events to look forward to.
The ”black wave” or Noir & Blanc is the name of this informative and striking exhibition at Stockholm Dance Museum. Baker was introduced to the Parisian public thanks to the Swede Rolf de Maré who invited her to come and dance at his Parisian theatre, Théâtre des Champs Elysées, in 1925. The success was such that she decided to definitely move from the USA to France.
A Swedish-Egyptian entrepreneurial cooperation started in 2015 and was celebrated this autumn with music and speeches during a mild, full-moon evening in one of Cairo’s hip galleries.