A Frenchman of Algerian origin, Bruno Boudjelal practices photography as a lifestyle where the questioning of his own identity is endless and confronts us with our own. When his father decided to return to Algeria, he accompanied him and at the same time discovered a country, a family, a violent world, and landscapes he could relate to as well as people with whom he interacted without really knowing his true place. From there, ten years of a very personal exploration of Algeria followed. His travel diary and his testimonial work saw him shift from balck and white pictures , to colors, while it gradual dawned on him that his point of view was only subjective, and indelibly marked by his personal history. Nevertheless, his curiosity drove him to put some perspective into everyday life and History.
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