Yasmina Benabderrahmane

The earth, the yellow, the palms suddenly, the mud and the clay, the sand carved in dunes, the very high peaks of the Atlas mountain.

And then the smell of the street, the smell of money and sick trade, globalization and the unaware and too often distracted tourist.

Memories of a land full of history and colonialism, a land that has the flavor of memories and antiquity.

The images of Yasmina Benabderrahmane take us back along endless routes, grinding kilometers from the hinterland to the coast, from the desert to the sea crossing oases and faces, barren lands, deserts and a humanity with ancient features.
The images of the bare feet on the ground and the hands moulding, the textures, accentuate the details of Moroccan history.

The bête: a modern tale is a journey in a limbo between the past and the present of Morocco.

Text and Editing Roberta Fuorvia