Kahmann Gallery shows a selection of sublime images of Albert Watson’s (UK, 1942) Moroccan travels, which he made in 1997 and 1998 and published in the book Maroc. With the personal insight of a diarist and the detailed eye of an artist, he has captured the physical beauty and spirit of this remarkable country and its people. An almost impossible task, as Watson says himself: “It is impossible to capture even a fraction of what this great country has to offer in a single book, so what I have made is really a sketch, done over a periode of thirty nine days.”
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