A rich monograph of mostly never-before-published works by Moroccan contemporary artist Fouad Bellamine, whose work has been exhibited worldwide. Fouad Bellamine had his first exhibition in 1972, which featured a selection of his abstract landscapes. Throughout the 1970s, he developed his unique style of minimalism with bold single-color brushstrokes, which is still evident in his current work. The book is part of the series named Images Affranchise.
Art historian Pascale Le Thorel contributes regularly to the magazines Art Press and Verso and frequently curates exhibits of contemporary art.