Of Moroccan origins, the photographer explores the situation of immigrants who, by choice or necessity, have had to settle in a foreign country. An open-ended problematic of identity, which, while exploring in the manner of a self-portrait that ceaselessly questions itself, the work is characterized by an expansive opening outwards rather than a withdrawal into the self. In this way, he has photographed the Lao community in the town of Orléans, in a series of portraits in striking colors, young people celebrating Pimai.
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