The Atelier des Lumières, the first digital art centre in Paris, is offering, in addition to the two immersive exhibitions Dalí, the endless enigma and Gaudí, architect of the imagination, the discovery of The Last Sentinels, the very first immersive creation made from hundreds of photographs by the artist Jimmy Nelson. This forty-minute journey to the heart of the world's last indigenous cultures and landscapes takes place at night, and is part of the Save the Planet series of immersive exhibitions. The project aims to offer an original immersive production by a committed artist every two years. So don't miss the opportunity to go to Paris to enjoy the films and sumptuous photographs of the British artist, which flood the walls of the former 19th century foundry. Through this exhibition, Culturespaces is providing financial support to the Jimmy Nelson Foundation, which works to bring the peoples of the world together to preserve the natural and cultural heritage of humanity. More information on the Atelier des Lumières website