CURATED BY ARMELLE DAKOUO
WITH LEILA ALAOUI, DÉBORAH BENZAQUEN, HASSAN HAJJAJ, ZAHRIN KAHLO, MEHDI-GEORGES LAHLOU, MOUS LAMRABAT, YORIYAS
FROM OCT. 25 TO DEC. 15, 2019
EXTENSION OF THE EXHIBITION UNTIL JAN. 5th, 2020
After interesting themselves to contemporary Japanese, Chilean and Caribbean art, the 193 Gallery continues its art world tour by presenting a contemporary scene of moroccan art.
From October 24th to December 15th, the new gallery in the Haut Marais dedicated to foreign contemporary art will host the work of 7 Moroccan photographers, including the super star Hassan Hajjaj, who will, at the same time, benefit from a major retrospective at the Maison Européenne of Photography.
Each of them, in their own way, give us a portrait, a snapshot of their Moroccan reality. Multiculturalism is undoubtedly a vector of hindsight on this one but brings a vision and a respect of the imprints of a certain pride, a touch of nostalgia and a frank lucidity. Fragments of imagination, presented here, in a simple will to pay tribute to what relates these seven photographs: Morocco.