Awarded for his work Intersection, begun in 2014, Hicham Gardaf sets out here, through his landscapes from the edge of the city, a portrait of Moroccan society undergoing change. With soft colouring and tinged with melancholy, his photographs, which sometimes border on the abstract, show a societal division between Moroccans who want to protect themselves from massive urbanisation and others who support the changes that are involved with the expansion of tourism, the country’s real economic resource.
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