Exposing The Under-Exposed: family portraits on a mosque’ walls


There are many – many – things I remember from any ceremony I attended in O’Russei village, a.k.a one of my offices, a.k.a one of my fieldwork centres. The Eid El Fitr in autumn 2007 was no exception, and I have transcribed a few – very few – notes from it here. On that particular day though there was something beside the ritual itself that I remembered: an exhibition of simple family pictures on the walls of the village mosque.  Continue reading


Clichés du fin fond du grenier: The Buffalo Sacrifice


The buffalo sacrifice (1, 2 & 3) Continue reading