That’s the question that Centre Pompidou, in Paris, tries to answer with this unusual exhibition.
Fecris is an umbrella organisation for European NGOs informing and researching on manipulative cults. Yearly, international conferences are organized. This year’s theme was: “Cult undue influence and social networks”.
“Not one single woman is ugly, only lazy”, according to Helena Rubinstein.This is the story of the poor Jewish girl who climbed the ladders and made her dream come true.
The answer may be found at Musée Maillol, in Paris, where the collection is shown until the end of July. Follow me along a special journey where a man refuted his dark past and emerged anew.
Easter week had just started when smoke emerged from Notre Dame – one of France’s most important symbols. Thanks to the 400 firemen and 18 water canons that were quick to arrive, the Cathedral’s structure and two towers were saved. However, its sceptre along with many inestimable art works, were lost forever in the flames.