The exhibition dedicated to Léon Spilliaert at the Musée d’Orsay (our edition of October 27, 2020) unfortunately had to close, like so many others, a few weeks after its opening on October 13. Those who have seen it as well as those who have been deprived of it can, however, delve into Stéphane Lambert’s book ( To be me always stronger. Interior landscapes, Arléa), conceived as a journey mixing his own thoughts with the unusual universe of the painter from Ostend (1881-1946), haunted by the perspectives of the seaside, the mirrors and the disturbing strangeness of things. “This is where I was born. At the end of the world, facing the sea – in this porous border between solidity and disorder. ” Stéphane Lambert holds the André-Malraux Prize for Visions of Goya. Shine in disaster (Arléa, 2019). Mr. U.