Adam Gopnik sketches Parisian life at Mona Bismarck American Center
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A cultural link between France and the United States, the Mona Bismarck American Center celebrated the launch of its 30th season on September 8 by inviting the most Parisian of American writers Adam Gopnik. The goal of the evening is to highlight the unique ties that bind the two countries.
Contributor since 1986 to the famous cultural magazine The New Yorker where he notably signed the Paris Journals column before publishing Paris To The Moon in 2000 following his stay in the capital from 1995 to 2000, the writer and essayist shared Paris and his experiences of lives in the French capital seen through the prism of his American culture under the gilded hands of the legendary American philanthropist’s private mansion.
The funds raised during this evening will help finance the NGC’s cultural, artistic and educational projects, established in 1986 according to the wishes of Countess Mona von Bismarck.