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Mariano Fortuny

From these two trips to Morocco are born many paintings by Mariano Fortuny, halfway between impressionism and the pictorial movement but deeply rooted in a realistic orientalism…

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Yves Saint Laurent Museum – already 1 year

Marrakesh. The city of hearts or the favorite of Yves Saint Laurent. The one where he draws light, colors, depth. In 1966, the French couturier discovers the ocher city…

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Jacques Majorelle – book

Jacques Majorelle, “le peintre par excellence du Maroc” as Felix Marcilhac likes to describe him. This merchant and historian of French art is passionate about Jacques Majorelle and his work…

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Marlene Dietrich in ‘Morocco’

She is a cabaret singer fleeing a disillusion (Marlene Dietrich). He is an enticing, independent legionnaire (Gary Cooper)…

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Mtita Bamako

To style, in a naive and colorful way, the characters of your family. Materialize them in small hand painted wooden statues…

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Eric Van Hove – The Mahjouba Initiative

Eric Van Hove is an atypical artist. Belgo-Algerian, raised mainly in Cameroon, it is in Marrakech that he established his workshop…

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Sheila Hicks

he is American and born in 1934. She studies painting but a trip to Peru redraws the path of her path. She discovers pre-Columbian textiles, travels to South America and learns ancient weaving techniques from indigenous artists…

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Patti Smith in Morocco

Patti Smith. Her style. Her voice and her life. While she breathes the Beat Generation …

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Moroccan spirulina

Spirulina, a fashion effect? An original element rather. 2.5 billion years ago, this blue alga seems to have been one of the first organisms capable of absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen through photosynthesis…

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Diptyk magazine

It focuses on contemporary Arab and African art scenes and covers the calendars obviously, the fairs, the salons but gives also the word to the artists, the curators, the gallerists…

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