• OUTSIDER

    by Philippe Cohen Solal & Mike Lindsay

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Last episode for the OUTSIDER podcast – featuring film director Mark Stokes

In the final episode of this series, Philippe Cohen Solal discusses Darger’s legacy with Mark Stokes.

Nouvel article sur OUTSIDER dans Le Journal des Arts et L’Oeil Magazine

L’Oeil Magazine et Le Journal Des Arts ont récemment publié un article sur le projet OUTSIDER.

Grayson Perry interviewed by Philippe Cohen Solal for the OUTSIDER podcast

In this episode, Grayson Perry discusses Henry Darger’s influence on his work, the path to declaring oneself an artist, elitism in the art world and many more topics.

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Féloche

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