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From 2014-09-11 to 2014-10-19

Botanique - Bruxelles (BELGIUM)
Exhibition by Gaël Turine
In 1993, India began building a dividing wall over a distance of 3 200 kilometers [approximately 2000 miles], separating it from neighboring Bangladesh. Officially it was to protect the country from Islamist terrorists and illegal migrants. Here people are arrested, tortured and killed, making this the most dangerous border in the world. Nearly all victims are Bangladeshi citizens trying to cross illegally to the other side, and for any number...

The Summer of Us
From 2014-09-15 to 2015-01-24
Exhibition : Narelle Autio
Le Mur et la peur
Book : Gaël Turine
Confluence (The Strait of Malacca : the crossroads of the world)
Story : Ian Teh
Photography Workshop
in Paris
Jean-Christian Bourcart
VU'WORKSHOP : Pushing the boundaries. Moving forward together.

The fifth continent seems well far from our concerns. Nevertheless, thousands of kilometres from Marseille, the habits and customs of the Australian coasts are not so distant from ours. Within the framework of An oceanian Season, the Bibliothèque Départementale des Bouches-du-Rhône, in...

 
Photo Poche Société n°19 Dès 1933, L'Inde entame la construction d'un mur de trois mille deux cents kilomètres la séparant de son voisin bangladais. Qu'il soit fait de béton ou d'une double haute clôture de fil de fer barbelé, il est infranchissable et sévèrement gardé. Gaël Turine,...

 

Located in the Malaysian waters, the Strait of Malacca is currently the most important sea route of the world, and a decisive crossroads for international trade and cultural exchanges. This series of photographs documents a journey, for the most part along the short coastline of Selangor, the...

 
7th, 8th and 9th of November 2014
A workshop with Jean-Christian Bourcart is a journey through which we move forward together towards the unknown, we reveal ourselves in an audacious and daring manner, creating spaces of freedom within the fields of the arts, psychology, metaphysics and humor.
The...

Pakistan, Hidden Wounds, Drones' victims
Story : Massimo Berruti
Christian and Yazidi refugees in Iraq and in Syria
Story : Stephen Dock
Northern Mali, with the MNLA soldiers
Story : Ferhat Bouda
L'historien Paul Veyne : une vie de passions
Paolo Verzone

Hidden Wounds (Drones' Victims) is one of the last chapters of my long term project in Pakistan started in early 2008. This portrait series has started in June 2011. It is about people, mostly from North Waziristan, who got involved, either actively or passively in a drone strike event. Some...

 

The Islamic State offensive in Iraqi Kurdistan has already forced over 75 000 Iraqis, Christian and Yazidi, to leave their homes. Having left the region of Mossul to find refuge in Irbil, capital of the autonomous Kurdistan region, the population remains close from the frontline of the fights...

 

Fehrat Bouda followed the insurgents tuaregs in their fiefdom: Kidal region, in northern Mali, 1200 kilometers from Bamako. Exceptionally he has shared the Azawad National Liberation Movement (MNLA in french) members' daily life: new recruits training, positions securing and, for the first time in...

 

A l'occasion de la sortie de son livre "Et dans l'éternité je ne m'ennuierai pas", l’historien Paul Veyne a reçu France Inter chez lui à Bédoin en Provence Il revient sur ses amitiés avec Michel Foucault et René Char, parle de ses amours. "Paul Veyne en ses amours" : une...