Photographs from De long en large Ladakh by Jean Mansion - Édition Findakly. Copyright Lise Mansion
from GILBERT TORRETTA over the Kathmandu valley.
from 27/02 to 21/03/2020
For this occasion, we are organizing a Rooftop of the World party on
Thursday, 27 February, 6 p.m.
At 6 rue Visconti, in the presence of the photographer who will comment on his pictures and share with us his passion for Nepal.
Robin Ruizendaal, director of the Taiyuan Asian Puppet theatre museum in Taipei was awarded the 24th prize of the Fondation Culturelle Franco-Taïwanaise at the Centre Culturel de Taïwan in Paris.
The subject goes somewhat beyond our initial area of interest but the quality of his work on puppets caught our attention.
Video link : ici
Present from February 15 to May 26, 2020
Jacques Borgetto. So close to the sky, Tibet
Varnishing: Friday, February 14, 2020 at 7 p.m.
Meet the artist : Saturday, February 15th at 2:30pm
Within the framework of the colloquium
"Shamans, Sacrifices and Ghosts - Day of Studies on the Religions of Nepal", Diana Riboli, members of A.R.C.H. will speak at the Sapienza University of Rome, the
06 February 2020
On the fears aroused by the invisibility of the Christian god and the intra-ethnic conflicts between the Chepangs of south-central Nepal.
The mask designers in addition to their previous creative activities and exhibitions are publishing a newsletter from this year on.
To receive it you can register on : www.lescreateursdemasques.fr
will present in the cinema room of the Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac
Friday, 14 February 2020 at 5 p.m.
The feature-length documentary directed in 1956 by Serge BOURGUIGNON
Sikkim ou le langage du sourire
in the presence of the director
Known to the general public through his film "Les dimanches de Ville-d'Avray", for which he won the Oscar for best foreign film in 1963, Serge Bourguignon was also a great traveller and director of documentaries on hitherto unexplored lands.
In 1955, as a young graduate in film studies, he found himself in India where, by a combination of circumstances, he obtained the rare privilege of a permit to visit for a few days Sikkim, a northeastern Indian state bordering Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan, inhabited at that time by some 100,000 people. The result of this short stay was this exceptional documentary in which, in addition to the beauty of the landscapes, he filmed with sensitivity and complicity scenes of the daily and ritual life of this colourful population with multiple languages, Hindu and Buddhist practices, which was still on the verge of any modern influence. A few English soldiers and Alexandra David-Neel were among the rare visitors to this country suspended between the Himalayan peaks and the alluvial plains, where all innovation came from.
The precocity of this shooting makes it a precious testimony for the knowledge and understanding of the Himalayan cultures.
This film was presented to the Association pour le Rayonnement des Cultures Himalayennes A.R.C.H. on May 9, 2019. 2