New Photo Illustrated Edition with worldwide acclaimed, Through Parisian Eyes: Reflections on Contemporary French Arts and Culture, in English and with new addition of twelve USA French venues of Melinda Camber Porter’s Art of Love Exhibition featuring her art and writings. With 30 plus French luminaries, whether discussing ideas with Truffaut, Ophuls, Malle on film, or with Malraux, Duras and Sagan on literature, or with Barrault, Brook, and Ionesco on theater or with Breytenback, Costa-Gavras, Kouchner, and Todd on human rights, all speak out to advance human culture.
“Françoise Sagan is a love critic-a French specialty. Noted With Pleasure” New York Times
“Brilliantly compiles collection” - Susan Monsky, Boston Globe
“Intelligent look at the contemporary Parisian spirit.” – Steven Barclay, San Francisco Chronicle
“I have come back to this book many times to refresh my knowledge [of the French]. I give it five out five Stars.” – Greg Somers, Goodreads
“It presents insights into the lives and thoughts of Parisians.” – Paris Passion: The Magazine of the French Capital
Camber Porter passed away of ovarian cancer in 2008 and left a significant body of work in art, journalism, and literature. With her background as a journalist for The Times [of London], her questions explored the creative process used by many widely acclaimed cultural figures, filmmakers, and writers. The Camber Porter Archive wishes to share these conversations with the public to ensure the continuation and expansion of the ideas expressed in her creative works.