Wind from Africa

Daffa kindly welcomed me into her universe of African influences in the heart of Istanbul. French of Malian and Senegalese origins, Daffa arrived in Turkey six years ago, as a result of her husband’s expatriation. Until then, she had worked for prestigious NGOs in Paris, linked to Africa. It is therefore quite natural that she … More Wind from Africa

The flying looser

A lot of people enjoy flying. Well, I don’t. My friend Cindy suggested that I write an article with tips on how to make a flight enjoyable. But when you spend the equivalent of a third of the year on planes, you know perfectly well that a pleasant flight does not exist. Even if you … More The flying looser

Presidential elections in Brazil: What future for Brazilian Contemporary Art?

This article was originally published in French, on the 29th December 2018. At that time, Brazil had just elected its new president: the conservative Jair Bolsonaro. Considering the political position of the 38th President of the country, at that time, I wanted to know more about how contemporary artists were feeling about their future towards … More Presidential elections in Brazil: What future for Brazilian Contemporary Art?

My abaya & I

There is never enough talk about the women traveller’s way to dress. Or at the contrary, yes, there is. Maybe even way too much because to tell the truth, when you are a woman, you are only talked about the way you are dressed. When you wear a covering suit, you are criticized for not … More My abaya & I