In the spring and summer of 1995 the writer and filmmaker Pierre Guicheney, the ethnologist Viviana Pâques and photographer Jean-Luc Manaud produced for the French edition of Geo Magazine a report on Gnawa and Aïssawa rituals and pilgrimages in Marrakech, Meknes, Moulay Brahim and Tamesloht. Jean-Luc Manaud brought back exceptional images from that immersion into the heart of the two fraternities. This exhibition, presented for the first time, is a tribute to Jean-Luc Manaud who passed away February 28, 2015.
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