CUT-UPS@60 – PARIS

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Co-organisers: Oliver Harris, with Paul Aliferis, Davis Schneiderman
Conference Administrator: Raven See (English); Lucie Malagnat (French).
Contact: oliverharris@mac.com

CUT-UPS@60 is being sponsored by the Beat publishers MOLOKO PRINT, based in Schönebeck, Germany, and Third Mind Books, based in Ann Arbor (Michigan), USA. Their titles are available for sale on their websites. EBSN would like to thank them for their generous support.

CUT-UPS@60 Paris is being generously supported by The University of Chicago Center in Paris.

A Special Anniversary T-Shirt to commemorate the events is available HERE

Discover more about the event organized in Paris on October 1st, 2019, HERE.

Paris@60: Cut-Up Displays

In the Morrissey room, adjacent to the main venue, an exhibition space will display visual and audio-visual materials, and books for sale, including works by or curated by:

Robert Atwater, William Burroughs, Véronique Fanchette, Brion Gysin, Oliver Harris, Harald Haeuser, William Kentridge, Moloko Books, Third Mind Books, and Warren Siebrits.

Please note that the EBSN is happy to display other materials, from books to leaflets, alongside the curated works, but is unable to allow sales except those agreed in advance.

The Cut-Up Display in Paris is being generously sponsored by Warren Siebrits.

Location and Accommodation

The University of Chicago Center in Paris (https://centerinparis.uchicago.edu) is located in the 13th arrondisement, a newly developed area close to the Bibliothèque nationale.

If you wanted to stay in the Place St. Michel vicinity of the old Beat Hotel, it’s about a 45-minute brisk walk along the banks of the Seine or an easy 15-minute ride on the RER (train line) or 20-minutes on the metro. There are plenty of good hotels in the Left Bank / Saint-Germain des Pres area, although prices are generally high because it’s so popular with tourists.

The immediate vicinity of the Chicago Center is much less lively but there are some reasonable priced hotels within a short walk, such as the two IBIS, one on the same side of the river, the other just over the bridge.

IBIS PARIS BERCY VILLAGE

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