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Side by Side

Breaking the isolation of young people and enabling them to succeed in their professional integration, thanks to new references and skills.

Moï Ver

Proposed by the Centre Pompidou, a painting and photography retrospective exhibit of Moshe Vorobeichic, also known as Moï Ver, later Moshe Raviv, and his unique journey from Lithuania to Israel.

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.

one for all!

LA CLOCHE forges social connection through the inclusion programmes it runs for the homeless.

Chemins d’avenirs

An association that helps young people in peripheral France to make the most of their potential and to broaden their horizons.

Plossu Roma

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.

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

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.

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.

“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!

Plossu Cinéma

Bernard Plossu’s photos on the cinema, all in one book and with accompanying comments.

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.

Le jardin de pierres

The photographer Bernard Plossu’s vision of the granite of Chamonix.