"Black Amazigh", Moroccan Sahara (2015)
"New Orientalism" Artwork
New FineArtPrint on ILFORD BARYTA 310 gsm.
Mounted on a vintage distressed look 1940's Wood Frame.
THIS PHOTO OBTAINED HONORABLE MENTION AT IPA 2019
EDITION 01/01 - UNIQUE ARTWORK
"This man is a Berber from the desert. The Amazighs ("free men") are the indigenous population of NorthAfrican countries, in particular Morocco and Algeria and have always been there. I met this young man named Karim while driving the queue of his camels in the red dunes of Merzouga. I asked him if his life was so hard in such an inhospitable environment and he replied, after a sincere smile, that is the only one he knows and could not live differently."
- Roberto Ruberti -
Born in 1981, Ruberti is an Italian freelance published photojournalist based in Rome. Attracted by photography in 1990, with a Pentax K1000, a present by his father. Graduated in 2010 with honors, in 2011 obtained a master's degree in Finance.
He is interested by human conditions and society organization. Since2013, he has photographed Patagonian Glaciers, AngkorWat and Bagan temples, Sahara and Wadi rum desert, Morocco,Philippines, Argentina,India,Tanzania,Indonesia,Burma and HongKong.
- Roberto Ruberti
- Titolo dell'opera
- "Black Amazigh", Moroccan Sahara - New Orientalism
- Ilford Baryta Paper Fine Art, Stampa digitale
- Firmato a mano, Timbro dell'artista
- Eccellenti condizioni
- Dimensioni totali
- 48×38×6 cm
- 2 kg