A photo tour of felled wood from Moroccan forests shows how rural communities quietly reclaim government land.
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The project “So far away, yet so close” brings together 7 years of exploration on Morocco.
The strong will of the 32 women who make up the community, allows to contrast every day, cultural restrictions of their country and the adversities of nature… (photo essay by Marco Marucci)
In Casablanca, it is difficult to take pictures in the street. Somebody who walks with his camera over the shoulder raises the distrust and sometimes the aggressiveness of the passers-by.
Ceuta is a reflection in the waters of the Strait of Gibraltar of an Europe in crisis. Surrounded by a high security fence, it looks like a trap in which migrant Moroccans and Spaniards seem stuck waiting for promises of better days… In the extreme south of Europe, Ceuta (Sebta in Arabic), a Spanish enclave […]
La Salle de classe establishes the work of Hicham Benohoud who, for 15 years, has been questioning mainly the Moroccan Muslim culture.
oping to find a better life in Europe, every year dozens of men, women and children die while tempting to cross the Strait of Gibraltar on board makeshift crafts, without anybody showing the slightest interest. Hardly twenty years ago, southern European countries like Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece were exporting labor. The massive emigration was […]