About Sarah
Sarah Kahn is a french art director and designer based between Paris and New York. Her work mixes commissioned projects for a wide selection of clients in arts institutions, cultural events, brands and magazines. Inspired by the worlds of visual arts, sociology, innovation and kids universe she is constantly experimenting new perspectives and artistic collaborations.
http://www.sarahkahn.fr
Current city: Paris
Other cities: New York
Sarah Kahn is a french art director and designer based between Paris and New York. Her work mixes commissioned projects for a wide selection of clients in arts institutions, cultural events, brands and magazines. Inspired by the worlds of visual arts, sociology, innovation and kids universe she is constantly experimenting new perspectives and artistic collaborations.
 
Since 1946, this bakery and traiteur has been offering Jewish and eastern European specialties, from cheesecake and strudel to pastrami. One item you can’t miss is their signature Super Sandwich, the “Big-Pletzel,”. You have your choice of pastrami or turkey, which gets layered with eggplant caviar, red pepper caviar, cucumbers, pickles and fresh tomato slices, all on one of their soft homemade onion and poppy seed rolls...BIM
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This little charming hotel is quirky yet elegant and mixes bespoke furniture with graphic prints. The owner Yoan Marciano is a friend of mine and work hard to keep this special atmosphere where you feel like at sweet home
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La Villa Rose is an elegant and beautiful private town house in Paris with a gallery and many events as cocktails, presentations, showrooms, dinners. I love the decorative identity combining artistic contributions, a collection of design objects and rare pieces of furniture to be discovered throughout the year.
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One of my favorite place to eat when there is nothing in the fridge. It may look like a traditional french bistro, but the food is anything but. The chef Kaori Endo is serving Franco-Japanese little plates for lunch and big plate to share with friends during the diner. There is also many lovely natural wines and I strongly recommend that "Lou Cantoun" glass of natural white wine !
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Economy Candy is an old-fashioned family owned candy store in the Lower east side. With glorious aisle after aisle of candy stocked as high as the eye can see including innumerable brands you never knew were still in production – its a treat for the eyes as well as the belly. Every time I get inside I'm looking for Willy Wonka.
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I love this excellent independent arthouse theater in the Lower East side. Metrograph projects archive quality 35mm and independent films. Tastefully decorated, there is also a candy store, bookstore and restaurant.
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My favorite coffee ever in NYC ! The first place I went when I lived in Brooklyn. The music is perfect, food is excellent. Definitely the perfect spot to read a book on sunday morning and a good work place for freelancers.
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Founder of The Anonymous Project and Filmmaker. Slide photo junkie and advertising director. 
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French illustrator, from Biarritz, currently living in Paris.
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Romina De Novellis is a performance artist, born in Naples, grown-up in Rome, lives and works in Paris since 2008. Her work is represented by Galerie Alberta Pane (Paris/Venice), Kreemart (NYC), D.A.F.NA. (Naples).
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A French and American dual-citizen, Margaux is definitely Parisian, but shares a bit of her heart with the Big Apple as well. She’s a songwriter, a singer, a musician, a photographer and a muse. Much more than your average clothes-horse, she’s the kind of girl all photographers and designers want to work with. Her simple yet elegant taste does not betray fanciful creativity of her aristocratic heritage. After the 2013 release of her French album with Capitol Records, she’s coming back refreshed with the ability to collaborate with the people she loves without any restriction to express herself freely.  www.margauxavrilphotography.com 
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Camille Lévêque (1985) is a freelance photographer born and raised in Paris, France. She graduated from university in Paris with a degree in Fine Arts and Literature. Along those years she taught herself photography as well as the technicalities of a dark chamber. After graduating, she traveled worldwide for several years and documented her travels in black and white with analog equipment. From 2007 to 2008 she lived in Armenia, where she was commissioned by the French Embassy and the UNHCR to assemble a year-long reportage on post Karabagh war refugees situation in Armenia. Back in Paris she was then an intern for the agency Tendance Floue, and studio assistant for food industry shoots. In 2010 she started working as an Editorial Assistant for MAGNUM PHOTOS in Paris, to eventually move back to the US in 2011 in order to focus on personal projects. Her works have been featured on various publications, online and in print, and have been exhibited in the US and in Europe. She is founder and member of LIVE WILD collective and the co-founder of publishing house ORPHEUS STANDING ALONE.
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