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A childhood in Marrakech

This little gem comes to us courtesy of Maison de la Photographie de Marrakechv and is by local photographer Abderrazzak Benchaâbane. It forms part of their October exhibition of photographs entitled : ”A childhood in Marrakech”. Worth a visit if you are planning a trip to Morocco!

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Maison de la Photographie in Marrakech

The ever wonderful Maison de la Photographie in Marrakech sends out a monthly photo if you sign up to receive emails their collection. I hope they will not mind me sharing this month’s image with you all, as I think it’s exceptionally beautiful.

The Maison de la Photographie is a wonderful quiet venue to admire their impressive collection of photographs of the 20s-60’s. Enlarged images bring the history to life, and many of the scenes depicted can be found in ‘real life’ just outside the walls.

If you are keen, you can find out more here, and also sign up for next month’s image:

Pierre Boucher, Femme se maquillant, Tirage aux sels d'argent, 1936 (Woman and her make-up, Silver print, 1936)

Pierre Boucher, (Woman and her make-up, Silver print, 1936.)

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