The dsl collection was created in 2005 by Sylvain and Dominique Levy. Today Karen Levy is also actively helping to build the collection.
Curator and Writer Nicolas de Oliveira will explain how to appreciate and understand how technology has been providing artists with new ways to express themselves.
at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Frédéric Beigbeder, France’s literary enfant terrible, is a French writer, literary critic and TV presenter.
Meet Guillaume Liegey and learn how science and an increasing explosion of data has changed the way campaigns are run.
London’s finest surviving 18th century house.
Talk by Jean-Pierre Filiu.
Where Tuscany meets Asia, in Belgravia.
Can we reconcile Effectiveness and Morality in Politics?
Guided tour of the newly-opened Design Museum in Notting hill + visit of Nick Hornby’s art studio.
Talk by Alex Lebrun.
As a school counsellor and a university advisor, Alban Ferrieu works with leading international schools.
Between private and public works, this interior architect, who has created furniture, objects and lighting, has imposed her style.
With Andre Bercoff.
Follow Richard Stemp and London Art Studies in this great lecture.
Courtauld’s treasures specially chosen around the theme of ‘Portraits and Presence’ will be unveiled for us.
By Patrick Besson.
The 2nd talk of our series on neurosciences, and in association with Brain Circle UK.
Tania Fares founded the British Fashion Council Trust, is a contributing editor for British Vogue, is on the jury panel at PAD London, sits on the advisory board of Sotheby’s. And Mary Katrantzou, fashion designer.