Thirty-seven artists from five continents are presenting their thoughts on food for the exhibition Food at the MUCEM in Marseille. Today we’re taking a closer look at the work of Ymane Fakhir. Curated by Adelina Von Fürstenberg and created by the NGO Art for the World, which is associated with the United Nations’ Department of Public Information, Food is the result of a three-year initiative held in different countries with different partner institutions. The Marseille-based Moroccan photographer, Ymane Fakhir exhibited five photographs offering a fantastical and symbolic vision of food and the rituals that surround it.
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