An upcoming festival in France will feature contemporary photography from some very talented Moroccan artists. Middle East Online has the full story.
The festival of Mediterranean photography “PHOTOMED”, a new cultural event of the south-eastern France, will highlight Moroccan Photography during its second edition scheduled from May 24 to June 17.
PhotoMed will be celebrating the Moroccan photographic creation through a remarkable selection combining the work of photographers, belonging to different generations, around themes of identity and territory.
Young artists like Mehdi Chafik, Yasmine or Laraqui Amza Halloubi and confirmed like Daoud Aoulad-Syad, Hassan Hajjaj, Sadel Laila Khalil Nemmaoui, Laila Hida and Lamia Naji are among the photographers invited to the Festival.
Morocco will also be the focus during the presentation of two journals of the photographic journey of Gérard Rondeau in the footsteps of Eugene Delacroix and “Morocco Evolution “, the series of Holga Scarlett Coten which “reflects the unique and sometimes contradictory mutations of Morocco struggling with the challenges of globalization.”