‘The Suppliant Women’

Aeschylus offers no neat redemptions for any of the play’s characters, and neither does David Greig. But the immense value of this production lies in the safe space it offers to explore timeless but urgent questions: how do we contain tyranny and transcend violence, and what are our obligations as a demos when war flares along our borders?

Festival Albertine 2016

Curated by Ta-Nehisi Coates, author of the National Book Award-winning Between the World and Me, the third annual Festival Albertine will explore the changing nature of identity and how the arts interrogate our national, social, and cultural labels today in France and the US.


The film Denial is about the events surrounding the trial when, in 2000, British Holocaust denier David Irving sued American academic Deborah E. Lipstadt for writing about him in her 1993 book.

Tony Oursler

“Tony Oursler: Imponderable,” an exhibition on the video artist Tony Oursler and his encyclopedic collection of over 2,500 images and objects, "provide evidence of the (often misguided) power of faith, and of our longing to believe in—or our compulsion to disprove—the existence of the occult."