Arièle Bonzon’s artist’s book Passer/L’esprit du désert offers an intimate vision of the Moroccan desert, which she visited in 2002. She returned with a collection of color and black-and-white photographs in various formats, first exhibited in 2005. In 2011, nearly ten years after her trip, this magnificent, precious artist’s book was released as a kind of boxed set.
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