Pichinku: Naturally Dyed Andean Yarn

Nestled in the heart of the Urubamba Valley, or Sacred Valley, outside of the city of Cusco (Peru), Pichinku is a grassroots project that brings together ancestral knowledge, specialized artisanal […]

Online: wä dé

With its mix of black and white studio shots, vintage color analog prints, and film stills and recordings, wä dé is a visual archive of Sub-Saharan Africa that comes to […]

Kanak Coins

Coins are composite objects exchanged within the Kanak world, the indigenous populations of New Caledonia in the Pacific Ocean. The labeling of these objects as coins derives from the European […]

A Coffee With: Sinta Ridwan

We met Sinta Ridwan in a Zoom meeting, between Paris and Jakarta. Sinta Ridwan is an Indonesian philologist and archaeologist who works for the recognition of the Hindu and Buddhist […]

Nikorima by Isaiah Karaitiana

Masterfully combining studded textures with smooth surfaces and warm wood with glistening inlays, the works of Nikorima, by artist Isaiah Karaitiana, seem to move organically under the shifting natural light. […]

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