Le café d’Hammed

Morocco - 1982

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Le café d’Hammed

Morocco - 1982

55 x 76 cm signed numbered framed
24 x 30 cm signed framed
13 x 18 cm framed
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Prints: very high-definition digital art prints with lasting pigment inks on 240-gram certified Fine Art paper.

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History

Le café d’Hammed - Morocco

“Permanent shop premises fringe the square where the souk is held. These stores open on Sunday only, revealing jars of jam or tins of peas, sacks of couscous, rice or coffee. Modest everyday grocery-bazars (Tahanout for ‘little bedroom’ or ‘shop’). ‘Cafés’ where you’re served a tea for six rials – but as in a shared house, you need to bring your own tealeaves and sugar. Similarly, if you come for lunch, a stew will be cooked up for you as long as you supply the meat and bread. A place to celebrate good bargains and done deals.” Extract from Onze lunes au Maroc, text by Karin Huet. Éditions Gallimard 2012

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