Patricia Jarnier

Patricia Jarnier is a French journalist and art critic. She writes from Paris.

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Guest Column: Freedom and Peace

We French are prone to forget that, not so long ago, we experienced the same kind of violence that Middle Easterners must deal with today. The younger generations tend to suffer most from this sort of amnesia. Because they witness manslaughter and terrorist attacks daily on television, they come to believe that these barbaric acts … Read more

What Might Have Been

Paris, Saturday, January 14, 2004. We are at Maillot Gate, a few steps away from the Champs Elysées and the business quarter of La Defense. On the left is the 34-story skyscraper of the Hotel Concorde La Fayette—a disruptive landmark amid the gorgeous town houses whose plush façades date back to the end of the … Read more

Guest Column: What Might Have Been

Paris, Saturday, January 14, 2004. We are at Maillot Gate, a few steps away from the Champs Elysees and the business quarter of La Defense. On the left is the 34-story skyscraper of the Hotel Concorde La Fayette—a disruptive landmark amid the gorgeous townhouses whose plush facades date back to the end of the 19th … Read more

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