Jeffry Lim is showcasing his personal collections of artistic photographs on Morocco’s arts, culture and selected unique destinations at The Gallery, Kuala Lumpur from 11th -24th July 2011. Photos are printed on imported large format ‘Lyve Canvas’ for fine art use, which meets the Archival Standards set forth by Fine Art Trade Guild. They come in limited copies, which are up for sales.
All guests are welcome to view this exclusive exhibition entitled “Maroc” at the following venue and date:
The Gallery@ Starhill
FF 07 Muse Floor
181,Jalan Bukit BIntang
Time: 10:00am – 9:00pm
‘Maroc’ in French, which refers to Morocco features several series of unique arts, culture and scenic landscapes in Morocco captured through lens by Professional Photographer, Jeffry Lim. The uniqueness of Morocco’s natural beauty inspired him to capture an interesting mix of a vast geographical landscape comprising of mountain terrains, river, valleys, desert, ocean, country side and ancient historical cities where one can rarely see in a single country alone. Some of the interesting shots included the Great Sahara on North Africa, one of the world’s largest tannery located in the mysterious city called Fes and the infamous cascading blue town in Chefchaouen. It was his childhood dream to visit the largest tannery and the Sahara.
As a traveller, he was able to experience the rich heritage and cultures, derived from the mix influences of Berbers, Arabs, Jews to Spanish and Portuguese.
He visited the entire country on a rented car. The self-drive experience was truly rewarding for him despite having to be extra careful in some areas. The more places he explored, the better he understood how blessed we are.