Just as plants turn towards the light, so refugees from Africa and the Mediterranean basin look towards Europe in the hope of a better life…
South Africa in 344 pages: before, during and after apartheid by the father of South-African photography.
The creation of a computer lab and a library in the heart of the Andes.
The Almayuda Foundation, in partnership with the Italian NGO ASIA, has contributed to the reconstruction of an ancient Tibetan monastery in Galenteng, a village situated in a valley high up in the Himalayas
Juan Carlos Belon Lemoine, a French-Peruvian photographer, teaches digital photography to young Peruvians.
The Fundació Comtal in Barcelona helps more than 2,000 children, teenagers and young adults in difficult circumstances to integrate into society.
Published by Glénat, in partnership with Éditions du Centre Pompidou, on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the opening of the Pompidou Centre, Le Syndrome de Stendhal is a 120-page-long comic book with artwork by Sagar and a script...
The memory of the exhibition 'China Tomorrow for Yesterday' : in pursuit of a rumour and ephemeral works.
The ALMAYUDA FOUNDATION, together with Rainforest Rescue International, helps 150 widows in Sri Lanka.
In Aix-en-Provence, in France, artists and curators from around the world are able to forget the material constraints that affect them, making it possible for them to concentrate better on their work.