Pinocchio(s) by Alice Laloy
The photo exhibition Pinocchio(s) bestows a sense of timelessness. In this series, the artist Alice Laloy, takes a closer look at the legend of Pinocchio. Laloy mirrors the process of Geppettos wish for a puppet to become a real boy by transforming children into marionettes.
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Quarantinis and things; lemon edition
It is my belief that anything is better with a theme to go with it. A fun theme spices up the dull and invites us to explore and think creatively. This first edition of ’Quarantinis and things’ will be devoted to lemons.
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SITARA premieres on Netflix for International Women’s Day.
On Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy’s animated film SITARA: Let Girls Dream. Set in Lahore in the 1970s we follow a fourteen-year-old girl who dreams of becoming a pilot. The story is told as seen through her younger sisters eyes
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On Agnes Varda and La Pointe-Courte.
Agnès Varda was 25 when she sat down in her court yard and wrote her first film. "I wrote it like a poem.." she says "..that you then hide in a drawer: a reverie of a film."
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On A visit by Steven Millhauser
In A visit the narrator receives a letter from an old friend, Albert, informing him that he has “taken a wife”. The two men used to be best friends. Nine years have passed
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Did you ever see the way the clouds love a mountain?
Did you ever see the way the clouds love a mountain? Today is the 88th birthday of Nobel Prize- and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Toni...
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Sebastião Salgados love letter to the planet.
Sebastião Salgados love letter to the planet. "It was a language that didn't need any translation because photography can be read in many languages. I can write...
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On author and journalist Mariane Pearl
On author and journalist Mariane Pearl. "I decided that if those who killed my husband were determined to show the gruesome side of humanity,...
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Bearing witness to the unfathomable
“And we know a little about the cost of being traumatized that drove some to suicide, that, yes, these people were human beings operating under the most demanding of conditions.” Desmond Tutu on the death of Kevin Carter.
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Snapshots of a disappearing world.
Snapshots of a disappearing world. On Albert Kahns archives of the world and his quest to unite people with empathy and understanding through color photography in in the …
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