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A fragile yet strong common ground which simultaneously both fortifies and merges one identity and another distant friends close enemiesBefore being European or French for that matter Marseille is first Marseillais and any visitor is indeed in their house Comprised of black and white street photographs taken between and Mack s imagery challenges us to reflect upon our own identities and any inherent impediments they may pose in the merging with our native selves Who asks Mack are YOU chez e. Ricky photographs taken between and Mack s imagery challenges us to reflect upon our own identities and any inherent impediments they may pose in the merging with our native selves Who asks Mack are YOU chez e.
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An American in Marseille The internationally renowned French port comes alive in John Mack s five year s worth of wanderings amongst its streetsAs legend has it several Greek galleys arriving from Phocaea Asia Minor in search of trade opportunities made landfall in BC upon the shores of Lacydon Creek That very day the king of the native tribe inhabiting the area was to marry off his daughter Gyptis to a native suitor It just so happens that Gyptis upon their encounter falls for Protis leade.
Summary At Their Home: Marseille
R of the Greek expedition and their marriage marks the founding of Massilia present day MarseilleSome years later photographer John Mack takes to the streets of Lacydon Creeknow famously known as Marseille s Vieux Porta vibrant rugged port whose evolution over the course of time has stayed true to its founding legend of foreign immigrants posed with the task of confronting native identities Though a latent explosive energy runs through these streets the famous Marseillais identity provides.