“He lives in Cairo. With the delicacy that characterizes him, he practices a photography apparently calm, unbelievably demanding, crossed by permanent doubts and moved by the indispensable personal relation that he will maintain with this – and those – that he will install in the square of his camera. His passion for people, for others, naturally led him to develop portrait as a mode of privileged representation, the desire to get closer to who they were. And he did it, with Catherine Deneuve as with anonymous people from the neighborhoods of Cairo, with the same discretion that expects the other...
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