2016 is quickly coming to an end and what have we learned? It seems that last year’s Paris climate conference and this year in Marrakesh have led to some fruitful decisions and actions.
This different exhibition is taking place at Petit Palais, in Paris. The visitor is thrown back to a Victorian England where homosexuality was forbidden. One of the literary geniuses is rehabilitated in the city that once saved him and where he’s buried.
Is the name of the Tessin collection – inaugurated this October by Queen Sylvia of Sweden – at the Louvre in cooperation with the Swedish National Museum.
Poland, a country in the heart of Europe, has felt icy winds blowing lately. I’m not referring to terrorists or early winter for that matter, but to conservatives ready to erase all what gender equality and freedom for women stand for.
Several books have come out lately analysing the IS/Daesh phenomenon back and forth. However a recent one – albeit in Swedish – gives another angle to the problem, as I’ll present it here.