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Photographers, where are they ?

Story by Pieter Ten Hoopen

In a clinic settled in a refugee camp of the suburb of Khartoum, Pieter Ten Hoopen made the portraits of Sudanese, patients or staffs, far from the non-stop war.

Since the 1960's, Sudan has never met peace. After South Sudan declared its independence in 2011, the situation has got worse, especially into the new State and in the Darfur. Around 35 millions people fled the violences. Among them 2.5 millions found shelter in camps in the fringes of Khartoum.

Mayo camp is one of these camps....

The Love Commandos in Delhi
Story : Gaël Turine
From 2015-04-15 to 2015-06-14
Exhibition : Gérard Rondeau
Trafficking Bolabola rose wood : China (2/2)
Story : Michael Zumstein
Photography Workshop
in Paris
Michael Ackerman
VU'WORKSHOP : Deep inside

In India, the caste system, religious differences, socio-economic gaps and ancestral traditions of arranged marriages are seen today as a barrier to the freedom to love. The resistance of the families creates many dramas. There are more than a thousand honor killings (mainly women) per year in the...



In the Furniture Palace in Xianyou, replica to Forbidden City, Mr. Huang Fuhua proudly poses in front of an immense sign sculpted in dark wood from Madagascar, valued at 700 000 euros. The CEO of Sanfu Classical Furniture Craft owns a few factories and showrooms in the city. He imports his raw...

May 20th to 24th, 2015
VU’Workshops is proposing an exceptional 5-day workshop which will immerse you in the world of Michael Ackerman and help you refine your photographic style. "Who are you? What do you know to be true? What do you question? What are your...

Family Love - 1993-2014
Video : Darcy Padilla
Jane Austen’ England
Story : Ian Teh
Working Class Heroes
Story : Olivier Coulange
Peru, the sacred valley of the Incas
Story : Juan Manuel Castro Prieto

WORLD PRESS PHOTO 2015 Long Term Projects, 1st Prize stories "I first met Julie on January 28, 1993. For the next 21 years I have photographed Julie Baird and her family’s complex story of poverty, AIDS, drugs, multiple homes, relationships, births, deaths, loss and reunion. Following Julie...


Between the British bucolic countryside of Devon and the centenary shops on Bond Street in London, we can still, two hundred years after the passing of Jane Austen, still wonder around in the England of her novels. The photographer of Ian Teh takes us on the trail of the novelist and her...


In this set of portraits, Olivier Coulange, who made workers pose head-on and put them in their plants through a double exposure, examines both working class and the ambivalent links that bind the subjects to their work tool. Giving the critical economical situation where fright about recession...


From Cusco, the ancient capital of the Inca Empire, to the sacred town of Machu Picchu, following the stream of the Urbamba river, Peru offer to its visitors an extraordinary panorama as well as a journey through time. Officially discovered in 1911, the ancient city of Machu Picchu remains a...