Until mid-Februay 2018, the famous Parisian bookstore & gallery La Hune is hosting an exhibition by Matthieu Ricard. A Buddhist monk, Lumix photographer and brand ambassador, writer, and doctor in cellular genetics, Matthieu Ricard discovered Asia during his first trip to India in 1967, when he encountered great spiritual Tibetan masters, before settling down in the Himalayas in 1972. Today, he lives mainly at the Shechen monastery in Nepal. The exhibition, a true invitation to voyage and contemplation, offers a generous perspective, full of wisdom and serenity, on the landscapes and the daily life of Himalayan people. Having become a...
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