Street art in Bab al-Tabbaneh (Lebanon)
“De l’art dans nos rues et dans nos vies” [“Art in our streets and our lives”], with Artivista, in North Lebanon.
Working with Mare Vivu to prevent plastic pollution in the Mediterranean.
Mediterranean Tapeweed: Transplanting to Save It!
Working with the Fondation de la Mer to find a solution to limit the destructive impact on Mediterranean tapeweed of yachts at anchor.
Germany in the ‘Twenties’
Germany / The 1920s / New Objectivity / August Sander: Discover the exhibition with the composite title, mounted by the Centre Pompidou, to grasp the complex period of the Weimar Republic.
‘Microlibraries’ at the heart of territories
To encourage a love of reading, build social bonds and combat inequalities, the Bibliothèques Sans Frontières (Libraries Without Borders) NGO has launched its ‘Microlibraries at the Heart of Territories’ programme.
AMEL and Kunu Antou
The Kunu Antou educational programme, run by the Lebanese NGO AMEL, comes to the aid of 150 vulnerable children in the southern neighbourhoods of Beirut.
one for all!
LA CLOCHE forges social connection through the inclusion programmes it runs for the homeless.
SPEAK, for learning together WITH others!
SPEAK helps migrants and refugees to integrate by learning languages together with others.
kanthari (with a lower case letter!)
kanthari trains and mentors change makers from all around the world and of all ages and backgrounds in Kerala (India), equipping them with the skills they need to set up NGOs and social purpose businesses.
Solidarité MARATHON DES SABLES
Every year, Solidarité MARATHON DES SABLES gives over 200 children a taste for sport and educates them in sporting values at its sports centre in Ouarzazate (Morocco).
An association that helps young people in peripheral France to make the most of their potential and to broaden their horizons.
LES ATELIERS SAHM
Created in 2012 in Brazzaville by the artist Bill Kouélany, LES ATELIERS SAHM is a contemporary art centre that supports artistic creation in the Congo and works to bring young African artists together.
Bernard Plossu visited Rome on numerous occasions between 1970 and 2005. Three hundred and forty photographs tell of the emotions of this travelling photographer.
Dora Maar, “painter of the extreme limit” (1)
The life of the painter and photographer Dora Maar (1907-1997), as presented in the exhibition that opened in June 2019 at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Anand Bhavan, the ‘House of Joy’
A shelter in Kolkata (India) that provides a refuge for young girls and prepares them for their professional life.
Water for schools (Cambodia, 2018-2019)
Supporting the WISH project being pursued by the Archaeology & Development Foundation on the Phnom Kulen plateau near Angkor Wat.
Agriculture in Cambodia, 2014-2017
Hand in hand with the Archaeology & Development Foundation, which works to combat food insecurity and to develop sources of alternative income on the Phnom Kulen plateau near Angkor Wat.
Supporting the children at Ramana’s Garden
The ALMAYUDA FOUNDATION sponsors Ramana’s Garden home and school in Rishikesh in India, which takes in and provides schooling for children at risk.
Benoît Chamoux Foundation
Helping Sherpa children who have lost their father during a climb in the Himalayas.
An exhibition of work by Akram Zaatari, co-founder of the Arab Image Foundation.
« HELP »
Just as plants turn towards the light, so refugees from Africa and the Mediterranean basin look towards Europe in the hope of a better life…
South Africa in 344 pages: before, during and after apartheid by the father of South-African photography.
With Willka Yachay and the Q’eros
The creation of a computer lab and a library in the heart of the Andes.
A monastery in Tibet
The Almayuda Foundation, in partnership with the Italian NGO ASIA, has contributed to the reconstruction of an ancient Tibetan monastery in Galenteng, a village situated in a valley high up in the Himalayas
“Andean photography workshops” in Peru
Juan Carlos Belon Lemoine, a French-Peruvian photographer, teaches digital photography to young Peruvians.
Rewriting the future
The Fundació Comtal in Barcelona helps more than 2,000 children, teenagers and young adults in difficult circumstances to integrate into society.
Le syndrome de Stendhal
Published by Glénat, in partnership with Éditions du Centre Pompidou, on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the opening of the Pompidou Centre, Le Syndrome de Stendhal is a 120-page-long comic book with artwork by Sagar and a script...
Beyond the story told
The memory of the exhibition 'China Tomorrow for Yesterday' : in pursuit of a rumour and ephemeral works.
Sustainable family farming in Sri Lanka
The ALMAYUDA FOUNDATION, together with Rainforest Rescue International, helps 150 widows in Sri Lanka.
La Résidence [43.5] accepts artists from around the entire world
In Aix-en-Provence, in France, artists and curators from around the world are able to forget the material constraints that affect them, making it possible for them to concentrate better on their work.
Supporting schools in Sri Lanka
The ALMAYUDA FOUNDATION has been supporting around 20 schools with pupils from all communities since 2010.
A school in Tibet
The Almayuda Foundation, in partnership with the Italian NGO Asia Onlus, financed the construction of a school for 58 children in Yena Gomba, a village in the heart of Tibet.
From L’appartement 22 to the Rif Résidence and back
With Abdellah Karroum, the founder of L’appartement 22, the meeting place for Generation 00, supported by the ALMAYUDA FOUNDATION.
From Working for Change to Before Our Eyes
Follow-up to the article on Abdellah Karroum, who founded L’appartement 22 and launched the “Expeditions to the End of the World”.
How do you get places, artists and people in Barcelona (Spain) together?
“La Montagne Blanche” by Bernard Plossu at the Granet Museum
The photographic work of Bernard Plossu on the dazzling and silent Montagne Sainte-Victoire will be staying put in Aix-en-Provence!
Acupuncture for the World
Training healthcare practitioners in acupuncture.
Sigalit Landau at the MACBA
Retrospective of the installations and videos by one of Israel’s leading contemporary artists.
Pau Shelter and St. Louise de Marillac Community Project centre
Helping people in extreme need to get back on track by means of creativity and discovery.
Bernard Plossu’s journal of his travels across Morocco. Texts in French and Arabic by Abdellah Karroum.
Bango: José Ramón Bas and the children of the Congo
Bango, a creative statement about a humanitarian action.
Trainproject and Bango
Photos and portraits of children in Jaffna (Sri Lanka) and of the two banks of the Congo River.
ALMAYUDA helps fishermen in Sri Lanka
The ALMAYUDA FOUNDATION donates diving material and lifejackets to small fishing communities in northern Sri Lanka.
The poet and writer Renaud Ego is a European authority on the rock art of Southern Africa.
John Cohen and the Q’eros
From support for the eclectic American artist to an encounter with an Andean community, the Q’eros of Peru.
Bernard Plossu’s photos on the cinema, all in one book and with accompanying comments.
In the Box
The first feature film by Aurélie Herrou and Grégory Hervelin.
Notebooks of unpublished works
In this collection in black and white and in notebook format, Bernard Plossu casts his eye back over the world of the last 50 years.
Didier Ben Loulou and the children of Ramana’s Garden
Photographic immersion in Rishikesh orphanage, supported by the Foundation Almayuda.
Through Génération Elili, José Ramón Bas and ALMAYUDA are sowing a small seed of photography in Brazzaville.
Inventing the World in Images
That was the name of a workshop on photography and the image organised within the framework of the Biennale Benin 2012 thanks to the ALMAYUDA FOUNDATION.
Helping the people of Saranthali and Yarsa in collaboration with Asia Onlus.
Le jardin de pierres
The photographer Bernard Plossu’s vision of the granite of Chamonix.
Turning our emotions into commitments.