A 2017 feature-length documentary about the life and scientific legacy of 15th -century astronomer and mathematician Ulugh Beg.
Since establishing herself as an international businesswoman, Lola Till has used her success to foster a great number of cultural projects. True to her immense intellectual curiosity, these projects span an incredibly wide range of media, including film, art, and literature. Here’s a look at a few highlights from recent years:
The Man Who Unlocked the Universe
An art installation designed to boost awareness of issues like water scarcity and climate change.
A longtime humanitarian devoted to empowering communities in need, Lola Till has dedicated much of her life to philanthropic work.
As part of her role as a cultural ambassador, Lola has funded the publication of several notable books over the years.
La Maison de l’Ouzbékistan
La Maison de l'Ouzbékistan gallery in Paris is designed as a portal to the rich cultural heritage of Uzbekistan.
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