- Steidl, 2012
- Hardcover, 144 pages
Paris-based photographer Francois-Marie Banier's collection of Moroccan portraits. Also a well-regarded novelist and playwright, Banier is known for his dynamic portraits of everyday people and celebrities. In this monograph, he looks beyond the veil of exoticism that has long obscured this North African country, transcending the colonialist cliches and portraying his subjects with psychological depth.