Salah Benacer, an independent photojournalist, has released his first book, Inclose. The work takes the form of a photographic essay presenting three reports on the theme of confinement. These images of daily life focus on relationships with space and time imposed by the conditions of existence, or family and societal constraints as they are experienced in different environments.
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