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Contemporary Moroccan Art

Online Exhibition

March 15 – April 11, 2021

Bachir Amal, Mosaique 2

Bachir Amal

Mosaique 2

2007, Acrylic and mixed media on canvas
50 × 40 in / 127 × 101.6 cm

Abderraman Banana, Untitled

Abderraman Banana

Untitled

2007, Mixed media on canvas
48 × 35 in / 121.9 × 88.9 cm

Abderraman Banana, Untitled

Abderraman Banana

Untitled

2007, Mixed media on canvas

27.5 × 21 in / 70 × 54 cm

Abderraman Banana, Untitled

Abderraman Banana

Untitled

2007, Mixed media on canvas

27.5 × 21 in / 70 × 54 cm
 

Said Housbane, Untitled

Said Housbane

Untitled

2007, Acrylic on canvas
60 × 55 in / 152.4 × 139.7 cm

Said Housbane, Untitled

Said Housbane

Untitled

2007, Acrylic on canvas
60 × 55 in / 152.4 × 139.7 cm

Said Housbane, Untitled

Said Housbane

Untitled

2006, Acrylic on canvas
40 × 30 in / 101.6 × 76.2 cm

Said Housbane, Untitled

Said Housbane

Untitled

2006, Acrylic on canvas
40 × 30 in / 101.6 × 76.2 cm

Khalid Nadif, Untitled

Khalid Nadif

Untitled

2007, Mixed media on canvas
40 × 32.5 in / 101.6 × 82.6 cm

Khalid Nadif, Untitled

Khalid Nadif

Untitled

2007, Mixed media on canvas
40 × 32.5 in / 101.6 × 82.6 cm

Khalid Nadif, Untitled

Khalid Nadif

Untitled

2003, Mixed media on canvas
48 × 48 in / 121.9 × 121.9 cm

Khalid Nadif, Untitled

Khalid Nadif

Untitled

2003, Mixed media on canvas
50 × 63 in / 127 × 160 cm

Abderrahman Rahoule, Medina

Abderrahman Rahoule

Medina

2007, Oil on canvas
40 × 30 in / 101.6 × 76.2 cm

Press Release

Featuring Bachir Amal, Abderraman Banana, Said Housbane, Khalid Nadif, Abderrahman Rahoule.

This exhibit of contemporary Moroccan painting carves out the framework imposed by a universality which lies at the heart of contemporary art. The theory underlying the exhibition shows that artistic works created nowadays within the realm of Moroccan visual art are part of an integral artistic whole such that is practiced on a global scale.

Morocco has witnessed considerable cultural and social advances, particularly artistic creation. The country’s visual arts have developed its own distinctive identity, capable of expressing the destiny of a nation and a land, and have progressively addressed through proliferated forms many human and global issues.

The works shown here are rich, vivid and varied in terms of sign, gesture, figuration, semi-figuration and abstraction. These different orientations and trends are represented in various forms by these artists, revealing themselves across many artistic and aesthetic indices.

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