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  • Vaughn Benjamin
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218812.jpg
    Vaughn Benjamin, leader of the group Midnite on the scene of Garance reggae festival in 2011. Deceased on November 5, 2019.
  • Vaughn Benjamin
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218817.jpg
    Vaughn Benjamin, leader of the group Midnite on the scene of Garance reggae festival in 2011. Deceased on November 5, 2019.
  • Vaughn Benjamin
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218818.jpg
    Vaughn Benjamin, leader of the group Midnite on the scene of Garance reggae festival in 2011. Deceased on November 5, 2019.
  • Vaughn Benjamin
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218819.jpg
    Vaughn Benjamin, leader of the group Midnite on the scene of Garance reggae festival in 2011. Deceased on November 5, 2019.
  • Thaipusam festival, Malaysia
    Malaysia
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0217144.jpg
    Thaipusam festival. the faithful ascend the steps leading to the temple. 2009. Kuala lumpur. Malaysia.
  • Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0193038.jpg
  • Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0176199.jpg
  • Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0176200.jpg
  • the Seven Sleepers
    Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0169826.jpg
    Known in Islam as the People of the Cave
(Ahl al-Kahf in Arabic), the Seven Sleepers are said to have miraculously slept for several centuries in a cave in order to escape from the persecutions of the Roman Empire. Their awakening is a metaphor for the resurrection
of the body, in both Christianity and in Islam
(Qur’anic sura ‘The Cave’). The narratives
of the Seven Sleepers were widely disseminated. Numerous caves in the Mediterranean region are considered to be sacred places where this miracle occurred. This legend has sometimes given rise to joint veneration by Christians and Muslims.

  • the Seven Sleepers
    Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0169827.jpg
    Known in Islam as the People of the Cave
(Ahl al-Kahf in Arabic), the Seven Sleepers are said to have miraculously slept for several centuries in a cave in order to escape from the persecutions of the Roman Empire. Their awakening is a metaphor for the resurrection
of the body, in both Christianity and in Islam
(Qur’anic sura ‘The Cave’). The narratives
of the Seven Sleepers were widely disseminated. Numerous caves in the Mediterranean region are considered to be sacred places where this miracle occurred. This legend has sometimes given rise to joint veneration by Christians and Muslims.

  • the Seven Sleepers
    Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0169831.jpg
    Known in Islam as the People of the Cave
(Ahl al-Kahf in Arabic), the Seven Sleepers are said to have miraculously slept for several centuries in a cave in order to escape from the persecutions of the Roman Empire. Their awakening is a metaphor for the resurrection
of the body, in both Christianity and in Islam
(Qur’anic sura ‘The Cave’). The narratives
of the Seven Sleepers were widely disseminated. Numerous caves in the Mediterranean region are considered to be sacred places where this miracle occurred. This legend has sometimes given rise to joint veneration by Christians and Muslims.

  • the Seven Sleepers
    Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0169836.jpg
    Known in Islam as the People of the Cave
(Ahl al-Kahf in Arabic), the Seven Sleepers are said to have miraculously slept for several centuries in a cave in order to escape from the persecutions of the Roman Empire. Their awakening is a metaphor for the resurrection
of the body, in both Christianity and in Islam
(Qur’anic sura ‘The Cave’). The narratives
of the Seven Sleepers were widely disseminated. Numerous caves in the Mediterranean region are considered to be sacred places where this miracle occurred. This legend has sometimes given rise to joint veneration by Christians and Muslims.

  • the Seven Sleepers
    Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0169840.jpg
    Known in Islam as the People of the Cave
(Ahl al-Kahf in Arabic), the Seven Sleepers are said to have miraculously slept for several centuries in a cave in order to escape from the persecutions of the Roman Empire. Their awakening is a metaphor for the resurrection
of the body, in both Christianity and in Islam
(Qur’anic sura ‘The Cave’). The narratives
of the Seven Sleepers were widely disseminated. Numerous caves in the Mediterranean region are considered to be sacred places where this miracle occurred. This legend has sometimes given rise to joint veneration by Christians and Muslims.

  • the Seven Sleepers
    Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0169845.jpg
    Known in Islam as the People of the Cave
(Ahl al-Kahf in Arabic), the Seven Sleepers are said to have miraculously slept for several centuries in a cave in order to escape from the persecutions of the Roman Empire. Their awakening is a metaphor for the resurrection
of the body, in both Christianity and in Islam
(Qur’anic sura ‘The Cave’). The narratives
of the Seven Sleepers were widely disseminated. Numerous caves in the Mediterranean region are considered to be sacred places where this miracle occurred. This legend has sometimes given rise to joint veneration by Christians and Muslims.

  • the Seven Sleepers
    Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0169851.jpg
    Known in Islam as the People of the Cave
(Ahl al-Kahf in Arabic), the Seven Sleepers are said to have miraculously slept for several centuries in a cave in order to escape from the persecutions of the Roman Empire. Their awakening is a metaphor for the resurrection
of the body, in both Christianity and in Islam
(Qur’anic sura ‘The Cave’). The narratives
of the Seven Sleepers were widely disseminated. Numerous caves in the Mediterranean region are considered to be sacred places where this miracle occurred. This legend has sometimes given rise to joint veneration by Christians and Muslims.

  • the Seven Sleepers
    Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0169852.jpg
    Known in Islam as the People of the Cave
(Ahl al-Kahf in Arabic), the Seven Sleepers are said to have miraculously slept for several centuries in a cave in order to escape from the persecutions of the Roman Empire. Their awakening is a metaphor for the resurrection
of the body, in both Christianity and in Islam
(Qur’anic sura ‘The Cave’). The narratives
of the Seven Sleepers were widely disseminated. Numerous caves in the Mediterranean region are considered to be sacred places where this miracle occurred. This legend has sometimes given rise to joint veneration by Christians and Muslims.

  • the Seven Sleepers
    Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0169854.jpg
    Known in Islam as the People of the Cave
(Ahl al-Kahf in Arabic), the Seven Sleepers are said to have miraculously slept for several centuries in a cave in order to escape from the persecutions of the Roman Empire. Their awakening is a metaphor for the resurrection
of the body, in both Christianity and in Islam
(Qur’anic sura ‘The Cave’). The narratives
of the Seven Sleepers were widely disseminated. Numerous caves in the Mediterranean region are considered to be sacred places where this miracle occurred. This legend has sometimes given rise to joint veneration by Christians and Muslims.

  • the Seven Sleepers
    Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0169855.jpg
    Known in Islam as the People of the Cave
(Ahl al-Kahf in Arabic), the Seven Sleepers are said to have miraculously slept for several centuries in a cave in order to escape from the persecutions of the Roman Empire. Their awakening is a metaphor for the resurrection
of the body, in both Christianity and in Islam
(Qur’anic sura ‘The Cave’). The narratives
of the Seven Sleepers were widely disseminated. Numerous caves in the Mediterranean region are considered to be sacred places where this miracle occurred. This legend has sometimes given rise to joint veneration by Christians and Muslims.

  • the Seven Sleepers
    Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0169856.jpg
    Known in Islam as the People of the Cave
(Ahl al-Kahf in Arabic), the Seven Sleepers are said to have miraculously slept for several centuries in a cave in order to escape from the persecutions of the Roman Empire. Their awakening is a metaphor for the resurrection
of the body, in both Christianity and in Islam
(Qur’anic sura ‘The Cave’). The narratives
of the Seven Sleepers were widely disseminated. Numerous caves in the Mediterranean region are considered to be sacred places where this miracle occurred. This legend has sometimes given rise to joint veneration by Christians and Muslims.

  • the Seven Sleepers
    Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0169857.jpg
    Known in Islam as the People of the Cave
(Ahl al-Kahf in Arabic), the Seven Sleepers are said to have miraculously slept for several centuries in a cave in order to escape from the persecutions of the Roman Empire. Their awakening is a metaphor for the resurrection
of the body, in both Christianity and in Islam
(Qur’anic sura ‘The Cave’). The narratives
of the Seven Sleepers were widely disseminated. Numerous caves in the Mediterranean region are considered to be sacred places where this miracle occurred. This legend has sometimes given rise to joint veneration by Christians and Muslims.

  • Portrait of american choregrapher Trisha Brown
    France
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0154214.jpg
    American Choregrapher Trisha Brown died on March 18th in San Antonio ,Texas, after a lengthy illness
    Portrait in 2011 in Paris
  • Portrait of american choregrapher Trisha Brown
    France
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0154215.jpg
    American Choregrapher Trisha Brown died on March 18th in San Antonio ,Texas, after a lengthy illness
    Portrait in 2011 in Paris
  • Portrait of american choregrapher Trisha Brown
    France
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0154216.jpg
    American Choregrapher Trisha Brown died on March 18th in San Antonio ,Texas, after a lengthy illness
    Portrait in 2011 in Paris
  • Portrait of american choregrapher Trisha Brown
    France
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0154217.jpg
    American Choregrapher Trisha Brown died on March 18th in San Antonio ,Texas, after a lengthy illness
    Portrait in 2011 in Paris
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145785.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145786.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145787.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145788.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145789.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145790.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145791.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145792.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145793.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145794.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145795.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145796.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145797.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145798.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145799.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145800.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145801.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145802.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145803.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145804.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145805.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145806.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145807.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • AKTC's plastic recycling project in Mopti (Mali)
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0145808.jpg
    Recycling project of plastics bags created by the Aga Khan Trust & Culture. Mopti (Mali-2011)
  • Graffitis
    Chile
    Matias Izaguirre
    LePictorium_0144287.jpg
    Chile/ Valparaiso - Valparaiso is a city that breathes art. The poet and Nobel Prize for Literature Pablo Neruda spent long periods there, in one of his houses. Today the city is an outdoor museum in the amount of graffiti that is there. In this case of former President Salvador Allende, overthrown by Augusto Pinochet in 1973.
  • Graffitis
    Chile
    Matias Izaguirre
    LePictorium_0144296.jpg
    Chile / Valparaiso - In a struggle of the Chilean student movement to get secondary and university education is free, hundreds of murals political character appeared in Valparaiso as in other cities. "A rod is very easy to break. But if we put a lot of ..."
  • Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0142847.jpg
  • Manoël Pénicaud
    LePictorium_0142849.jpg
  • Traditional Meskwaki (Fox)Pow Wow
    Native American dances festival
    United States
    Sandrine Huet
    LePictorium_0140219.jpg
    The Shawnee Dance
  • Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Wacipi Pow Wow, Native American dance festival
    United States
    Sandrine Huet
    LePictorium_0140378.jpg
    Portrait of Native American dancer
  • Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Wacipi Pow Wow, Native American dance festival
    United States
    Sandrine Huet
    LePictorium_0139323.jpg
    Portrait of Native American dancer
  • Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Wacipi Pow Wow, Native American dance festival
    United States
    Sandrine Huet
    LePictorium_0139343.jpg
    Portrait of Native American dancer
  • Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Wacipi Pow Wow, Native American dance festival
    United States
    Sandrine Huet
    LePictorium_0139345.jpg
    Portrait of Native American dancer
  • Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Wacipi Pow Wow, Native American dance festival
    United States
    Sandrine Huet
    LePictorium_0139349.jpg
    Portrait of Native American dancer
  • Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Wacipi Pow Wow, Native American dance festival
    United States
    Sandrine Huet
    LePictorium_0139353.jpg
    Portrait of Native American dancer
  • Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Wacipi Pow Wow, Native American dance festival
    United States
    Sandrine Huet
    LePictorium_0139365.jpg
    Portrait of Native American dancer
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