Deep in the Balinese jungle nestle 40 buildings of varying sizes - the bamboo campus of Green School Bali, founded by Americans John and Cynthia Hardy.
From the sky, it resembles a serpent, a whale, a bulging vein or a river. From inside, it looks like a huge stained-glass window.
To mark the 20th anniversary of the death of the sculptor César and the retrospective of his work held by the Centre Pompidou, a look back on the life and work of an iconoclastic, larger-than-life artist.
The post-Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin ranks alongside Cézanne and Van Gogh as a major figure in the history of modern art. He was the driving force of the School of Pont-Aven and the chief source of inspiration for...> more
This film tells the fascinating saga of a revolutionary icon present in popular culture in all its forms, from children’s songs to literature, movies, TV, comics and, more recently, video games.
Mumbai, Kolkata, New Delhi: Building cities to introduce modernity to the country was one of the wishes of India’s first Prime Minister, Nehru.
What does it mean to be Indian? Yesterday a British colony, today in the grip of rampant globalization, India is looking for its true face. The father of Indian photography, Raghu Rai has devoted his entire career to captu...> more
Poverty, pariah women, caste rigidity: These are familiar ills in India, even today. To grasp the scale of the problem, we meet photojournalists Sudharak Olwe, Sanjit Das, and Mansi Thapliyal, who between them illustrate their ...> more