At a time when contemporary photography is turning its attention more and more towards the Arab world, the work of Amina Benbouchta (Morocco, 1963) shows – as well as her plastic concerns and her commitment to the world and the society in which she lives – why photography is necessary. The images displayed in the exhibition depict the artist, her head covered, surrounded by dream-like objects that allude to the status of women as mere objects.
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