From Morocco, we know the fascination of Belgian photographer Harry Gruyaert. Éditions Louis Vuitton offers the curious another look. Vincent Van de Wijngaard’s. The Dutch photographer reveals a Morocco restored in its light, in its silence and in its intimacy. Photographing a country creates a habit: needs completeness. How many exhibitions boast of presenting a country or its society in its entirety? In complete visions, prefer the small touches, the subjectivity and the art of constructing a narrative. Vincent Van de Wijngaard’s Morocco is all about movies. It offers a unique but not exhaustive view of the country, unraveled since […]
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