A photographic exhibition by Australian artist, Bryan Dawe, opens this week at Tangier's Volubilis Gallery.
Bryan Dawe is a well known Australian writer, comedian and political satirist, but is also known for his work as a songwriter, photographer and social activist. He has spent many months in Fez and Tangier where he developed a deep appreciation of Morocco, its people and culture.
The exhibition, which opens this Thursday, is an exciting collection of artistically enhanced images that go far beyond the usual touristic depictions. Surrealistic, with more than a hint of humour, the photographs delve into the psyche of Tangier, bringing the past swirling into the present. It is an exhibition not to be missed.