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    • 25 Sep 2018
    • 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    • Cercle de l'Union Interalliée

    is pleased to invite you to a luncheon with

    Hilary Kaiser
    oral historian and professor emerita
     at The University of Paris, discussing:

    WWII Veterans

    A homage to

    Senator John McCain, 

    Vietnam War veteran

    Ms. Kaiser is the author of French War Brides: Mademoiselle & The American SoldierWWII Voices: American GI’s and the French Women Who Married Them and Souvenirs de Vétérans.  Her non-fiction books related to WWII were inspired by personal interviews she conducted both in France and the U.S. 

    Please join us at a luncheon to hear about her research and writing of the stories of the diverse men and women who fought and lived through WWII. 

    James S.Dickey, Brigadier General, U.S. Army (Retired), wrote that Hilary had the wisdom to record their individual memories, and because of her, their stories will survive.

    Copies of WWII Voices and French War Brides will be available for purchase.

    Tuesday, September 25th, 2018 at 12:30 p.m.

    Le Cercle de l’Union Interalliée

    33, rue du Faubourg St-Honoré, Paris 8

    Refunds for cancellations made prior to September 21st, 2018 only.

    The American Club of Paris   -   4, rue de Chevreuse   -   75006   -    Paris


    • 29 Sep 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Musée Maillol
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    Please join us for a guided visit (in English) of 


    at the Musée Maillol

    The Musée Maillol presents an overview of Giacometti's oeuvre, complemented by works by other major sculptors of his time.

    The exhibition will present more than 50 sculptures by the artist, all of which are from the Fondation Giacometti collection, complemented by around 25 works by other major artists such as Rodin, Bourdelle, Maillol, Despiau, Brancusi, Laurens, Lipchitz, Zadkine, Csaky, and Richier.

    Via a chronological and thematic itinerary, the exhibition highlight Giacometti’s relations with these artists at each stage of the development of his style. The itinerary thus shed new light on the little-known pre-war period: the first section of the exhibition is devoted to Giacometti’s early works, which still bear the influences of classical modernism (Despiau and Maillol), and then another larger section will be devoted to the discovery of the Parisian avant-garde artists after 1925 (Zadkine, Lipchitz, and Csaky).

    Saturday, September 29th

    11:00am (visit starts at 11:15 sharp)

     28€ members, 35€ non-members  

    This event is limited to first 20 to register.

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