Bitter, sweet, soft

The resilience of the Sahrawi people. This project focuses on daily life, an account of the intimate things, where the cornerstone of the family supports the camps, whose inhabitants live their lives in limbo. In this inhospitable place, a real and metaphoric desert, hope burgeons. Its inhabitants rise up against their condemnation to oblivion, against the days that have yet to be lived, against desolation. They shout, with a rough voice, that there is still strength to maintain the fight.

Bernat Millet.

He studied photography at Middlesex University in 2008. He finds the large format camera to be the instrument with which to explain an instant in time to the world . His work has been shown in several exhibitions in London, where his career began.