During the last week of February 2016, we headed over to the 6th Marrakech Biennale for it’s opening week. Lead by curator Reem Fada, this edition titled “Not new now/ Quoi de neuf là” had good critical feedback. We looked for where one could find photography in various In and Off places, or places with photography completely independent from the biennale. From the In side, there were few things apart from the beautiful work of Bosnian photographer Isak Berbic with Baynunah River where he addresses (as usual) questions linked to anthropology, ecology and economy. Here, he investigates archeological sites based in Abu Dhabi where archeologists compromise with the petroleum industry.
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