Cultural suggestion: “Take care of her”, A Goncourt full of breath

Giving Paris its prize this week Watch out for her, by Jean-Baptiste Andrea, in L’Iconoclaste, the Goncourt jury crowned a classic novelistic work, but carried by a powerful breath. Because this story of cosmic love, in the heart of Mussolini’s Italy, is a song of freedom for the art of sculpture, for women hindered by the weight of masculinity, by difference, in a baroque style that juggling between dream and realism. In this fresco shaped by Italian history, a genius artist suffering from dwarfism and a feverish, gifted aristocrat escape from themselves to find each other.

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