While waiting to invade the moon and to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first human moon landing, this series of photographs of Saad A. Tazi proposes to tame it in a gentle way, giving it a taste of the imprint of man. “Since the dawn of time, we have collectively plowed, scratched, disemboweled and bled the earth. And for half a century, we have focused our attention on the moon, which becomes the real trophy of nations. At the same time, the promise of eradicating world hunger and conflict is portrayed as the leitmotiv of these same nations trying...
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