The Taiwan Brides (Les Mariées de Taïwan), by Clément Baloup

In this 3rd volume of his Memories of Viet Kieu (“Mémoires de Viet Kieu”), the socially-engaged cartoonist continues his investigation into Vietnamese expatriates, this time by following the journey of women using marriage to create a better life for themselves in Taiwan.

 

Published on 04/04/2019

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Oh Night, Oh my Eyes ("Ô nuit, ô mes yeux), by Lamia Ziadé

From the Egyptian singer and actress, Oum Kalthoum to the Lebanese singer Fayrouz, Oh Night, Oh my Eyes retraces, in the form of a graphic novel, the stories of the Middle East’s greatest artists.

 

 

Published on 17/07/2019

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2020, the year of the comic

The “9th art”, a new cultural frontier? From graphic novels to children’s comics, French manga and beyond, French comics are experiencing a renewed artistic energy driven by the diversity of forms and genres.

Updated on 09/12/2021

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Les Carnets de Cerise, Volume 1 by Joris Chamblain and Aurélie Neyret

The first part of a multi-award-winning series, Les Carnets de Cerise, tome 1 : le zoo pétrifié (Cherry’s Notebooks, Volume 1: The Petrified Zoo), showcases the adventures, involving investigation and suspense, of a curious and resourceful little girl who becomes famous.

Updated on 21/02/2020

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Panama Al Brown by Camille Duvelleroy, Jacques Goldstein and Alex W. Inker

Arte launches an interactive graphic novel which blends fiction and documentary in an unprecedented format, available exclusively on smartphones. It tells the little-known story of Panama Al Brown, a gay, black Latin American man who was a boxing world champion in the 1930s.

Published on 01/10/2019

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Claude and Morino (Claude et Morino"), by Adrien Albert

What is a friend? Do they have to look like you? Continuing the adventures of Claude and Morino, the writer-illustrator Adrien Albert puts his favourite duo back on screen for the second time.

Published on 28/09/2019

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Culottées, by Pénélope Bagieu

With Culottées (Brazen), Pénélope Bagieu pays tribute to the women overlooked and forgotten by history. Like a kind of feminist directory, this animated series paints a portrait of thirty heroines left in the shadows.

On the occasion of International Women's Day on March 8 2021, 5 episodes of the...

Updated on 28/05/2021

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La jeune femme et la mer, a graphic novel by Catherine Meurisse

With La jeune femme et la mer, the comic book author Catherine Meurisse evokes in a very personal way the majestic landscapes of Japan, and their fragility in the face of violent climate phenomena. 

Updated on 15/12/2021

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Kubuni, les bandes dessinées dAfrique.s

 

The exhibition Kubuni, les bandes dessinées d'Afrique.s presents for the first time a synthesis of the abundant African creation in the field of the ninth art. 

Updated on 09/02/2022

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Verte, by Marie Desplechin and Magali le Huche

The comic book Verte tells the story of a little girl destined to become a witch. This planned-out future doesn’t excite Verte in the slightest, who dreams of marriage and a normal life.

Updated on 13/03/2019

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