“Look at these places left aside, which have nothing spectacular but which are the basis of our countryside. To have a view of it ‘from here and now’ without patriotism, without nostalgia either (more…)
Art has the power to investigate society and present alternative interpretations of our shared world. The featured works raise questions about our relationship with the world, with nature and history.
How is technological innovation dependent on raw materials? This question is key in the exhibit tracing the origins of lithium starting in Manono, this former mining town relic of the colonial past.
Circulation(s) is back with a program that reveals the vitality, creativity, and diversity of emerging photography. For two months, the public is invited to discover the work of 30 young artists.
Magnum Photographers are on the ground in Ukraine documenting the Russian invasion and its impact on life in the country, covering it as it is published alongside stories that report on the conflict.
We have fundamentally altered the earth’s ecosystem by disrupting the natural rhythm of our planet and in doing so have created a new chapter in the evolution of Earth and a new stage of uncertainty.