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Houellebecq exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo


Houellebecq exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo

Inside Michel Houellebecq‘s world

Dear Readers,

Between the lines of my life, you can read that I am a blessed man to hear even now simples and magicals words prepared by great authors. I love Paris because it’s a metropolis which brought me spiritual food. Parisian’s life is so intense and surprising ! Yes, surprising as this Houellebecq exibition is. Titled « Stay Alive », Michel Houellebecq had already used this title for his first essay.

The Palais de Tokyo : a fascinating place

The exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo is a complete immersion inside Michel Houellebecq‘s world. His universe is full of sincerity and souvenirs. Michel Houellebecq is one of the best french writter in the world and it seemed interesting to discover his work both inspiring and confusing. As we know, some of them are deeply in love with great artits, whereas are full of abhorrence. It is maybe the fate of talented performers. Opened until the 11th of July 2016, you will also appreciate the splendid Palais de Tokyo. It is the place of contemporary Art in where events and cultural exchange live together. The Palais de Tokyo overhangs the city and offers a huge face to face with the Eiffel Tower. The Palais de Tokyo is one of the most European cultural center.

After all those emotions and vibrating sensations, I came back to the hotel Le Tourville and sat in the Library where I could write down those little notes : suffer and pleasure. As you probably already heard the essential is  « Stay Alive ».

See You Soon,


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