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Youth inclusion through arts

CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS/ FEBRUARY 27, 2015 — Art is one of the best tools through which young Moroccan people can deliberately engage in the social, political, economic, and cultural development of their country. The Inclusion of Youth Through Art is a seminar and two workshops,

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Inventions of Photography

JANUARY 1 TO APRIL 30, 2015 – The education space welcomes you to the screening of documentaries on the history and techniques of photography. Produced by the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film, the series “Inventions of Photography” revisits in a very

Hassan Hajjaj, Naabz, 2011

Naabz, a film by Hassan Hajjaj

January 1 to 30, 2015 — In this film, the character Naabz, who is a street artist, fights for her rights, due to the veil ban. She travels to each city – in this case Paris – sticking posters of women in veils around the

Eve Arnold, USA, California, Los Angeles, 1959.
Actress Joan Crawford.

Eve Arnold, January 1 to April 30, 2015

Eve Arnold (1912-2012) became a member of Magnum Photos in 1957. Known for the still photographs she took for magazine and newspaper assignments and films, Eve Arnold helped shape photojournalism in the latter half of the 20th century, always letting the subject dictate the treatment

Bocskay Ter, Budapest 1914

André Kertész, January 1 to April 30, 2015

André Kertész  (1894—1985) is one of the most influential photographers of the Modern epoch. His first experiences of photography dates back to World War I, as he unexpectedly photographed the soldiers’ lives, rather than the war being raged. His images had always valued humanity, emotion

Berenice Abbott, Fifth Avenue, 4, 5, 6, Manhattan, March 30, 1936

Berenice Abbot, January 1 to April 30, 2015

Berenice Abbott (1898-1991) made major contributions to the art of portraiture, visual documentary and scientific photography. After learning photography in the early 1920s under the tutelage of Modernist artists, she began one of the most ambitious photographic projects of the twentieth century: a series of