In the photographic exhibition In the Name of Mother, Nadia Ferroukhi brings us into the heart of matrilineal societies, micro-societies organized around women who structure the economic and social life, while ensuring the transmission of the lineage, the name, heritage and culture. Societies where women are the head and the center. For 10 years, Nadia Ferroukhi has traveled the world, meeting and photographing Navajo women in the United States, Zapotec in Mexico, Samburu in Kenya, Bijago in Guinea Bissau, Minangkabau in Indonesia, Moso in China, Ouessantine in France, Jaintia & Khasi in India, Comoro in Great Comoros, Tuareg in Algeria, Estonian...
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