is a cross-media project exploring why the Mediterranean Diet is relevant to our lives today.
Connecting Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Morocco, Cyprus, and Croatia, the project is based on photographs by five European photographers that bring alive an age-old way of life.
In parallel to the photography exhibition traveling across Europe, activities include photography workshops, educational programs, documentary screenings, cooking events, and culinary walks.
Myto Papadopoulos traveled to Morocco and photographed a community in the remote and mountainous area of Taounate. Relying on a seasonal, plant-based diet -as meat is too expensive to obtain- they have an intimate relationship with their environment, embracing what is offered by their land.