Juan Vivas demands the maintenance of the visa for Moroccans wishing to go to Sebta

The president of Ceuta asked Thursday that the visa requirement be maintained for all Moroccans who wish to enter the presidency. During a press conference, Juan Vivas indicated that this measure would have contributed to reducing customs entries to 80% and had a remarkably positive impact on the presidency. The official also said that he … Read more

Half of Mark Zuckerberg’s fortune gone up in smoke

Meta’s setbacks have repercussions on the fortunes of its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. And while the past year has been tough for just about every US tech giant, it’s been especially tough for the Facebook founder. His fortune was halved and continued to evaporate according to the Business AM site in its publication of this Tuesday, … Read more

At the Visa pour l’image festival, the photographer Françoise Huguier, curious

When one is interested in the life of Françoise Huguier, there is no need to stop at her CV, it is to understand nothing. Africa, from West to South, succeeds Asia – from Indonesia to Japan –, before giving way to Russia, Saint-Petersburg and Siberia, then again Asia, India, South Korea or Malaysia. No, definitely … Read more

At the Visa pour l’image festival, photographer Eugene Richards, closer to people

Far from the triumphant illusions of a winning America, Eugene Richards has always preferred to look into the dark corners of his country’s society, where the poor, the destitute, the sick, the victims of war and dope. As close as possible to the forgotten of the American dream. His story begins with a refusal. While … Read more

the war in Ukraine at the heart of the photojournalism festival

Published on : 03/09/2022 – 16:52 They became the first witnesses of war crimes committed in Ukraine and their work today serves as a basis for investigators mandated by the international community. The Visa pour l’image festival in Perpignan pays tribute this year to the reporters who covered the conflict. Among the millions of images … Read more

Lucas Barioulet immortalizes the daily life of the war

Published on : 09/01/2022 – 16:52 Lucas Barioulet, 26, is a freelance photojournalist. Like many other media, The world sent him to Ukraine from March until May. On the occasion of the Visa pour l’Image festival in Perpignan, he presents an exhibition that highlights the new daily life of a bruised people. From our special … Read more

the Golden Visa for Digital Information awarded to the web documentary “Africa’s Rising Cities”

Published on : 09/01/2022 – 21:29 The jury of the Visa d’or de l’Information numérique France info awarded, this Thursday, September 1 in Perpignan, its prize to the web documentary “Africa’s Rising Cities”, directed by Max Bearak, Júlia Ledur and Dylan Moriarty, for the daily website The Washington Post. A vast survey that testifies to … Read more

Mstyslav Chernov and Evgeniy Maloletka recount three weeks in the hell of Mariupol

Mstyslav Chernov, 37, born in Kharkiv, eastern Ukraine, and Evgeniy Maloletka, 35, born in Berdyansk, a Russian-occupied city in the southeast, are both photographers for Associated Press (AP ). On the occasion of the Visa pour l’Image festival, the two tall dark-haired men, with piercing eyes and drawn features, recount their living and working conditions, … Read more

a 34th edition which gives to see “the news of the world”

The international photojournalism festival begins on Saturday August 27 in Perpignan. On the program: exhibitions, screenings and debates to understand the world as a whole. Climate change or human intimacy, war in Ukraine, but also in Syria, Yemen, Sudan: the international Visa pour l’image festival begins on Saturday 27 in Perpignan to “show the news … Read more

Iconic photo of Winston Churchill stolen in Canada

A famous photographic portrait of Winston Churchill was stolen and then replaced with a copy in a luxury hotel in Ottawa. In Canada, a famous photographic portrait of Winston Churchill was stolen and then replaced by a copy in a luxury hotel in Ottawa, announced this week the establishment, which launched an appeal to the … Read more