Bernard Plossu visited Rome on numerous occasions between 1970 and 2005. Three hundred and forty photographs tell of the emotions of this travelling photographer.
An exhibition of work by Akram Zaatari, co-founder of the Arab Image Foundation.
South Africa in 344 pages: before, during and after apartheid by the father of South-African photography.
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.
The photographic work of Bernard Plossu on the dazzling and silent Montagne Sainte-Victoire will be staying put in Aix-en-Provence!
Bernard Plossu’s journal of his travels across Morocco. Texts in French and Arabic by Abdellah Karroum.
Bango, a creative statement about a humanitarian action.
Photos and portraits of children in Jaffna (Sri Lanka) and of the two banks of the Congo River.
The poet and writer Renaud Ego is a European authority on the rock art of Southern Africa.