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Serie by Liz Hingley

Shanghai – the booming Chinese metropolis of 24 million people – is famous for its economic dynamism and architectural daring. At the same time however this international fashion and financial centre is a hub of cultural and religious vitality.

Despite “Religions” being officially restricted to five in China, new religions, alternative spirituali-ties, popular beliefs and practices, as well as unofficial expressions of the same five recognized religions, are all flourishing in the...

Luxembourg, life in the Kirchberg
Serie : Yvon Lambert
The fighters of the god-monkey
Serie : Bertrand Desprez
Tamurt
From 2017-07-10 to 2017-11-04
Exhibition : Ferhat Bouda
Photography Workshops
in Paris
Martina Bacigalupo
Méthodologies de pratiques documentaires

“The work of Yvon Lambert on the Kirchberg Plateau is unexpected. First of all because he sometimes shoots the same places in color and in black and white. Secondly because his very personal vision, even if it uses buildings as a frame for the photography, puts humans at the center of the image....

 

Kutshi is the name given to the traditional Indian wrestling, nowadays going in Pakistan and in Dubai. The photographer Bertrand Desprez went at the heart of the most ancient Akhara of Bombay dated of 1930 in order to meet the players of a threatened sport. Despite the religious aspect, the...

 

En langue berbère, Tamurt signifie le pays. \"La Kabylie, région berbère située au nord de l’Algérie est aussi le pays où je suis né. Depuis que je suis parti de mon village, mes souvenirs ne m’ont plus quitté. J’y ai passé une enfance plutôt heureuse comme tous les enfants...

 
Les 3, 4 et 5 Novembre 2017 + Le 2 Mars 2018
Martina Bacigalupo, photojournaliste expérimentée ayant notamment travaillé en Afrique abordera avec vous la méthodologie pratique d’un reportage ayant pour ambition une approche à la fois documentée et sensible des personnes photographiées. Pour cela nous verrons...

Idaho, True West
Serie : Anne Rearick
Building a Better Coral Reef
Serie : David Maurice Smith
Museum of the Revolution
From 2017-10-12 to 2017-11-25
Exhibition : Guy Tillim
Népal. Épiphanies du quotidien
Book : Frédéric Lecloux

The American West has changed immeasurably since Anne Rearick was born, in the sixties, in Boise, Idaho. The increasing population has spread subdivisions and shopping malls accelerating the commodification, tourism and homogenization of the region. Farmland growing onion, sugar beets, alfalfa and...

 

Des scientifiques s’efforcent de ralentir le dépérissement rapide des coraux marins en reproduisant les individus sains. L’une des conséquences du réchauffement climatique a été la mort, en 2015 et en 2016, de près de la moitié des coraux de la Grande Barrière de Corail en...

 

Over the past four years Tillim has been photographing the streets of African cities including Johannesburg, Durban, Maputo, Beira, Harare, Nairobi, Kigali, Kampala, Addis Ababa, Luanda, Libreville, Accra, Dakar and Dar es Salaam. Describing the conception of this series, he writes: \"In Maputo,...

 
Nepal. Epiphanies of the Everyday Nepal is most famous for its extraordinary geography, yet the everyday life its inhabitants is played out elsewhere. Since 1994, Frédéric Lecloux has been documenting its upheavals and tumultuous history, right up to the earthquake in 2015 and the mass...

In Iraq, Civilians Flee ISIS Threat
Serie : Hiên Lâm Duc
Make a Wish
Serie : Loulou d'Aki
Kikito
Serie : JR
Interview of Darcy Padilla (ARTE)
Darcy Padilla

The town of Hawija, 30 kilometers away from Kurdish capital Kirkuk, is ISIS’ last stronghold in the North of Iraq. As it is soon to endure an assault by governmental, American, Shi’a and Kurdish forces, it is being fled by its Sunni inhabitants. But since they fear persecution by Shi’a...

 

It’s a rainy November morning in Gaza and a truce has just been announced after 8 days of fighting. A young man stands in the rubbles of what is left of his home, destroyed in an air strike just an hour before the war ended. Behind him, a framed picture still hangs crooked on the wall. The...

 

JR inaugurated early september a huge scaffolding installation on the Mexican side of the border between the United States and Mexico. The piece is best viewed from the US side of the border. An immense image of Kikito, a one year old boy from the city of Tecate, looks playfully over the infamous...

 

During the 29th edition of VISA pour l’image Festival, ARTE met American photographer Darcy Padilla. Darcy Padilla worked for months in the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation (South Dakota), threatened by alcohol and drugs, following the daily life of women of the Sioux Lakota tribe.

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