When we opened the gallery five years ago, we already knew each other. Hanane had been representing my work as a photographer. Then the idea came to us: why not do the same for other photographers? But we needed a place to do it. The way we imagined it has little in common with what it has become today. Personally, I thought I would be working as both a photographer and a gallerist, but the latter quickly overtook the former
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