It’s one of France’s most picturesque outdoor events: every year, the streets, walls and gardens of Gacilly host an eclectic collection of photographs. This summer the festival is focusing on work from and about the African continent.
Striking, surprising and spectacular imagery has been its hallmark for 125 years now; National Geographic magazine is celebrating with an exhibition of the very best of the publication’s pictures.
And we take a look at a unique collection which highlights the intersection of art and psychiatric treatment. Mental health patients at the Gugging centre in Austria have produced tens of thousands of pieces of work over the years as part of a project which is part hospital, part art gallery.