"With Morocco! I wanted to talk about the Morocco that I love. The Kasbah neighbourhood in Marrakech, the one in Tangiers, both dilapidated, cultivated and sophisticated, a resourcefulness that complements the subtlest know-how. The memory of Morocco in the 1950s, flea markets, metal garden furniture perforated with Mashrabiya made in Casablanca, granite floors, the geometry and the architecture of the Medina, cement tiles…”
As always José Lévy transcribes the atmosphere through a family of objects: mirrors, tables, cement tiling and seats. Between fiction and personal memories, this take on Beldi (the heart and soul of traditional Moroccan know-how) draws from a very Parisian world, very graphic so that none of the cultures remain immune.