from Picasso to Béjart, eight questions on art

How well do you know Henri-Cartier Bresson, whose photographs are exhibited until August 22 at the BNF? What about the abstract painters who adorn the picture rails of the Guggenheim Museum in New York? This building was designed by a renowned architect. But which one? For the summer, Mémorable, the general culture application of World, invites you to a cultural bath. Are you stuck on a question? Does an answer leave you hungry? Each has a Memorable lesson. This application, designed by journalists from World, was created to help you deepen your knowledge in many areas, to better understand the challenges of our time and to stimulate your memory in a pleasant and effective way. Each lesson, devoted to a given theme, offers extracts from articles taken from our archives since 1944, infographics or videos, followed by questions. It’s up to you to answer them, before taking advantage of immediate and personalized corrections, in-depth articles, then revisions. Before broadening your general knowledge with Mémorable, here is our test:

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What if the pleasure of this special effort of finding a date, a place, a name, an event, the title of a film, that of a book returned? The satisfaction of learning, of memorizing, of understanding. The world has thought of you with its Memorable application. The idea is simple: on your smartphone, tablet or computer, we offer you a daily, thematic lesson with a series of questions, extracts from articles taken from our archives since 1944, photos, videos. Ten minutes a day to read and exercise your memory by answering our questions then discovering our corrections, immediate, personalized, followed by articles to deepen. You can then choose your favorite themes (History, International, Politics & Society, Planet & Sciences, Economy & Pixels, Culture & leisure), and revise, according to your results and… your desires.

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