Salomé Melchior retro

Salomé is Franco-Austrian and a twenty-three years old based in Paris. She studied modern languages and literature in St Hugh's College, Oxford, and political sciences at the European Institute of the LSE. She nourishes her curiosity and creativity through various forms: she loves contemporary dance and playing the piano, and writes articles and poems in her free time. In 2021, she heads towards her first work experience within the European Programme of the Chanel Foundation, which strives towards improving the equality between women and men on an interdisciplinary and international scale. Alongside her professional commitment, she is passionate about sailing and seeks to maintain the vitality of her father's sailing boat, which constitutes a dream for her during challenging and grieving times.
Photo of painter Christine Vannier

Creative Conversation: Visiting Christine Vannier in her Paris studio

For the latest in our Creative Conversations series, E&M‘s Salomé Melchior interviewed multidisciplinary artist Christine Vannier in ...

Combining photoshop and cubism? Painter Kirstine Reiner Hansen tells us how

Kirstine Reiner Hansen is a Danish painter based in Berlin. Salomé Melchior has conducted ...

“One is not born racist. One becomes racist”: An Interview with French Footballer Lilian Thuram

In late March, E&M author Salomé Melchior spoke to renowned French football player Lilian ...

Albert Camus: An icon for uncertain times

Reading does not require much; a quiet place to sit, good lightening, maybe a ...