It is no surprise that Paris is often described as the art and cultural hub of the world.
A common practice in West Africa, scarification can symbolize identity in a number of ways. (Asma Ajroudi)
“Hââbré, the Last Generation,” by Joana Choumali, is a series of portraits that trace the once-dominant tradition of facial scarification in the Ivory Coast.
Another captivating series is “My Taboo Child,” by Zara Samiry, a Moroccan photographer, which sheds light on the struggles single mothers face in the North African country, and the stigma surrounding having children out of the wedlock.