Art imitating life: Bernard-Henri Levy on his new job as a curator
French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy has become a first-time curator, with a glittering exhibition that explores the millennia-long battle between thinkers and artists.
SAINT-PAUL DE VENCE, France − If you’re going to deal with Plato’s Cave, let it be on the French Riviera. The curator of the most talked-about summer exhibition in France is none other than the best-known French philosopher in the world, Bernard-Henri Lévy. He went about it with the same passion he shows when he mobilizes for the causes he believes in, from defending Israel to removing Muammar Gadhafi...
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