M'hammed Kilito (b. 1981, Lviv) is a freelance documentary photographer based in Rabat, Morocco. His work focuses on capturing narratives that help understand the relationship between groups or individuals and their environments, by covering...
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Mathqaf (مَثقَف) : In Conversation with M’hammed Kilito
Feb 26, 2022
Documentary photographer M’hammed Kilito (Moroccan, b. 1981, Lviv, Ukraine) talks to Elina Sairanen about his career, the decision to become a photographer, the use of visual sociology in his practice and reflects on his work through an in-depth conversation of some of his photographic series including Destiny, Portrait of a Generation: Among You and Hooked to paradise. Currently, M’hammed is part of Cortona On The Move AlUla 2022 Festival with the aforementioned Hooked to paradise series; an ongoing, long-term, multidisciplinary art project that highlights the complex and multidimensional issues of oasis degradation in Morocco and its impact on its inhabitants. The exhibition at AlUla closes on 30 March 2022 – make sure to check it out if you are in KSA.