The Empty Quarter presents its Ramadan 2015 selection of Fine Art photography from acclaimed artists inspired by the Asian and Arabic cultures and their traditions. The exhibition brings together works taken on hot soils such as Africa, Morocco, Egypt and many others to unlock their traditions and cultures, and present them to the general public in order to open minds. While Peter Sanders created a striking and disparate record of the last vestiges of traditional Muslim societies in transition, Mario Marino – as well as Kai Löffelbein – explores the authenticity in the face of a hard-hitting reality. Roland & Sabrina Michaud began their life together traveling through the mystic lands of the Orient discovering and documenting its wonders. Their images are poems written with light and shadow, colour and texture, transcending space and time. Bruno Barbey’s love for and fascination with Morocco,

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