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Quelques-uns des plus grands artistes, designers, photographes et architectes au monde présentent leur travail et leurs visions sur scène aux conférences TED, TEDx et autres événements affiliés dans le monde. Vous pouvez aussi télécharger gratuitement ces vidéos et bien d'autres sur TED.com, avec une transcription interactive en anglais, ainsi que des sous-titres dans près de 80 langues. TED est une association à but non lucratif dévouée aux Idées à Partager.

Latest Episodes

The genius behind some of the world's most famous buildings | Renzo Piano

Legendary architect Renzo Piano -- the mind behind such indelible buildings as The Shard in London, the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the new Whitney Museum of Art in New York City -- takes us on a stunning tour through his life's work. With the aid of gorgeous imagery, Piano makes an eloquent case for architecture as the answer to our dreams, aspirations and desire for beauty. "Universal beauty is one of the few things that can change the world," he says. "This beauty will save the world. One person at a time, but it will do it."

15 MIN2018 JUL 13
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The genius behind some of the world's most famous buildings | Renzo Piano

The symbols of systemic racism -- and how to take away their power | Paul Rucker

Multidisciplinary artist and TED Fellow Paul Rucker is unstitching the legacy of systemic racism in the United States. A collector of artifacts connected to the history of slavery -- from branding irons and shackles to postcards depicting lynchings -- Rucker couldn't find an undamaged Ku Klux Klan robe for his collection, so he began making his own. The result: striking garments in non-traditional fabrics like kente cloth, camouflage and silk that confront the normalization of systemic racism in the US. "If we as a people collectively look at these objects and realize that they are part of our history, we can find a way to where they have no more power over us," Rucker says. (This talk contains graphic images.)

7 MIN2018 JUN 27
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The symbols of systemic racism -- and how to take away their power | Paul Rucker

Why theater is essential to democracy | Oskar Eustis

Truth comes from the collision of different ideas, and theater plays an essential role in showing us that truth, says legendary artistic director Oskar Eustis. In this powerful talk, Eustis outlines his plan to reach (and listen to) people in places across the US where the theater, like many other institutions, has turned its back -- like the deindustrialized Rust Belt. "Our job is to try to hold up a vision to America that shows not only who all of us are individually, but that welds us back into the commonality that we need to be," Eustis says. "That's what the theater is supposed to do."

13 MIN2018 JUN 4
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Why theater is essential to democracy | Oskar Eustis

Visions of Africa's future, from African filmmakers | Dayo Ogunyemi

By expanding boundaries, exploring possibilities and conveying truth, films have helped change Africa's reality (even before "Black Panther"). Dayo Ogunyemi invites us to imagine Africa's future through the lens of inspiring filmmakers from across the continent, showing us how they can inspire Africa to make a hundred-year leap.

11 MIN2018 APR 25
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Visions of Africa's future, from African filmmakers | Dayo Ogunyemi

How the arts help homeless youth heal and build | Malika Whitley

Malika Whitley is the founder of ChopArt, an organization for homeless teens focused on mentorship, dignity and opportunity through the arts. In this moving, personal talk, she shares her story of homelessness and finding her voice through arts -- and her mission to provide a creative outlet for others who have been pushed to the margins of society.

6 MIN2018 APR 12
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How the arts help homeless youth heal and build | Malika Whitley

How I use art to bridge misunderstanding | Adong Judith

Director and playwright Adong Judith creates provocative art that sparks dialogue on issues from LGBTQ rights to war crimes. In this quick but powerful talk, the TED Fellow details her work -- including the play "Silent Voices," which brought victims of the Northern Ugandan war against Joseph Kony's rebel group together with political, religious and cultural leaders for transformative talks. "Listening to one another will not magically solve all problems," Judith says. "But it will give a chance to create avenues to start to work together to solve many of humanity's problems."

5 MIN2018 MAR 20
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How I use art to bridge misunderstanding | Adong Judith

Why must artists be poor? | Hadi Eldebek

The arts bring meaning to our lives and spirit to our culture -- so why do we expect artists to struggle to make a living? Hadi Eldebek is working to create a society where artists are valued through an online platform that matches artists with grants and funding opportunities -- so they can focus on their craft instead of their side hustle.

6 MIN2018 MAR 16
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Why must artists be poor? | Hadi Eldebek

The radical beauty of Africa, in portraits | Iké Udé

Throughout his colorful career and bodies of work, Iké Udé has found creative ways to reject the negative portrayal of Africans rampant in Western media. In this tour of his work, he shares evocative portraits that blend clothing, props and poses from many cultures at once into sharp takes on the varied, complex beauty of Africa.

13 MIN2018 MAR 12
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The radical beauty of Africa, in portraits | Iké Udé

How fashion helps us express who we are -- and what we stand for | Kaustav Dey

No one thinks twice about a woman wearing blue jeans in New York City -- but when Nobel laureate Malala wears them, it's a political act. Around the globe, individuality can be a crime, and clothing can be a form of protest. In a talk about the power of what we wear, Kaustav Dey examines how fashion gives us a nonverbal language of dissent and encourages us to embrace our authentic selves.

12 MIN2018 MAR 7
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How fashion helps us express who we are -- and what we stand for | Kaustav Dey

What soccer can teach us about freedom | Marc Bamuthi Joseph

"Soccer is the only thing on this planet that we can all agree to do together," says theater maker and TED Fellow Marc Bamuthi Joseph. Through his performances and an engagement initiative called "Moving and Passing," Joseph combines music, dance and soccer to reveal accessible, joyful connections between the arts and sports. Learn more about how he's using the beautiful game to foster community and highlight issues facing immigrants.

5 MIN2018 MAR 6
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What soccer can teach us about freedom | Marc Bamuthi Joseph

Latest Episodes

The genius behind some of the world's most famous buildings | Renzo Piano

Legendary architect Renzo Piano -- the mind behind such indelible buildings as The Shard in London, the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the new Whitney Museum of Art in New York City -- takes us on a stunning tour through his life's work. With the aid of gorgeous imagery, Piano makes an eloquent case for architecture as the answer to our dreams, aspirations and desire for beauty. "Universal beauty is one of the few things that can change the world," he says. "This beauty will save the world. One person at a time, but it will do it."

15 MIN2018 JUL 13
Comments
The genius behind some of the world's most famous buildings | Renzo Piano

The symbols of systemic racism -- and how to take away their power | Paul Rucker

Multidisciplinary artist and TED Fellow Paul Rucker is unstitching the legacy of systemic racism in the United States. A collector of artifacts connected to the history of slavery -- from branding irons and shackles to postcards depicting lynchings -- Rucker couldn't find an undamaged Ku Klux Klan robe for his collection, so he began making his own. The result: striking garments in non-traditional fabrics like kente cloth, camouflage and silk that confront the normalization of systemic racism in the US. "If we as a people collectively look at these objects and realize that they are part of our history, we can find a way to where they have no more power over us," Rucker says. (This talk contains graphic images.)

7 MIN2018 JUN 27
Comments
The symbols of systemic racism -- and how to take away their power | Paul Rucker

Why theater is essential to democracy | Oskar Eustis

Truth comes from the collision of different ideas, and theater plays an essential role in showing us that truth, says legendary artistic director Oskar Eustis. In this powerful talk, Eustis outlines his plan to reach (and listen to) people in places across the US where the theater, like many other institutions, has turned its back -- like the deindustrialized Rust Belt. "Our job is to try to hold up a vision to America that shows not only who all of us are individually, but that welds us back into the commonality that we need to be," Eustis says. "That's what the theater is supposed to do."

13 MIN2018 JUN 4
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Why theater is essential to democracy | Oskar Eustis

Visions of Africa's future, from African filmmakers | Dayo Ogunyemi

By expanding boundaries, exploring possibilities and conveying truth, films have helped change Africa's reality (even before "Black Panther"). Dayo Ogunyemi invites us to imagine Africa's future through the lens of inspiring filmmakers from across the continent, showing us how they can inspire Africa to make a hundred-year leap.

11 MIN2018 APR 25
Comments
Visions of Africa's future, from African filmmakers | Dayo Ogunyemi

How the arts help homeless youth heal and build | Malika Whitley

Malika Whitley is the founder of ChopArt, an organization for homeless teens focused on mentorship, dignity and opportunity through the arts. In this moving, personal talk, she shares her story of homelessness and finding her voice through arts -- and her mission to provide a creative outlet for others who have been pushed to the margins of society.

6 MIN2018 APR 12
Comments
How the arts help homeless youth heal and build | Malika Whitley

How I use art to bridge misunderstanding | Adong Judith

Director and playwright Adong Judith creates provocative art that sparks dialogue on issues from LGBTQ rights to war crimes. In this quick but powerful talk, the TED Fellow details her work -- including the play "Silent Voices," which brought victims of the Northern Ugandan war against Joseph Kony's rebel group together with political, religious and cultural leaders for transformative talks. "Listening to one another will not magically solve all problems," Judith says. "But it will give a chance to create avenues to start to work together to solve many of humanity's problems."

5 MIN2018 MAR 20
Comments
How I use art to bridge misunderstanding | Adong Judith

Why must artists be poor? | Hadi Eldebek

The arts bring meaning to our lives and spirit to our culture -- so why do we expect artists to struggle to make a living? Hadi Eldebek is working to create a society where artists are valued through an online platform that matches artists with grants and funding opportunities -- so they can focus on their craft instead of their side hustle.

6 MIN2018 MAR 16
Comments
Why must artists be poor? | Hadi Eldebek

The radical beauty of Africa, in portraits | Iké Udé

Throughout his colorful career and bodies of work, Iké Udé has found creative ways to reject the negative portrayal of Africans rampant in Western media. In this tour of his work, he shares evocative portraits that blend clothing, props and poses from many cultures at once into sharp takes on the varied, complex beauty of Africa.

13 MIN2018 MAR 12
Comments
The radical beauty of Africa, in portraits | Iké Udé

How fashion helps us express who we are -- and what we stand for | Kaustav Dey

No one thinks twice about a woman wearing blue jeans in New York City -- but when Nobel laureate Malala wears them, it's a political act. Around the globe, individuality can be a crime, and clothing can be a form of protest. In a talk about the power of what we wear, Kaustav Dey examines how fashion gives us a nonverbal language of dissent and encourages us to embrace our authentic selves.

12 MIN2018 MAR 7
Comments
How fashion helps us express who we are -- and what we stand for | Kaustav Dey

What soccer can teach us about freedom | Marc Bamuthi Joseph

"Soccer is the only thing on this planet that we can all agree to do together," says theater maker and TED Fellow Marc Bamuthi Joseph. Through his performances and an engagement initiative called "Moving and Passing," Joseph combines music, dance and soccer to reveal accessible, joyful connections between the arts and sports. Learn more about how he's using the beautiful game to foster community and highlight issues facing immigrants.

5 MIN2018 MAR 6
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What soccer can teach us about freedom | Marc Bamuthi Joseph