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Kessy Beldi vases – gamme Calebasses

Large fruits with soft and rounded shapes. Dry, they are used in containers here but also on other continents. The calabashes are at the heart of nature, of Africa and their organic reality inspired Cécile Halley des Fontaines.

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Brice Marden

He traces, draws, paints. He lives in New York, Tivoli in the Hudson Valley, Hydra Island in Greece and Marrakesh in Morocco.

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Cinema clubs of the YSL Museum

The cinema clubs of the YSL Museum in Marrakech has established a program of fetish films that Yves Saint Laurent particularly liked…

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Cloud Fisher – Morocco

A cloud fisher or a cloud fisherman … The image is poetic for this installation and is a real innovation for many populations…

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Marrakech – transports

In Marrakech, mobility is plural as everywhere else… It is sometimes unexpected. Obsolete. Surprising. Noisy …

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Traditional handmade hammam gloves

Traditional handmade hammam gloves. Authentic and pretty, we have found these at Bab Fteuh, just behind Djemaa El Fna…

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Marrakeshi Life

Marrakeshi Life, a clothing brand created from hand-woven fabrics in a local workshop …

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Michel Vieuchange

Smara, a city housed in the heart of the Western Sahara desert. A Moroccan city created in 1898 on a territory then called ‘Spanish West Africa’. During the 20th century, Moroccan and Spanish dominations alternated…

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Maison ART/C

Behind ART/C, there is Artsi Ifrach, a fashion designer and former ballet dancer with unique ideas and achievements. He is from Israel but based in Marrakech. For several years, he creates freely according to his inspirations, moods, influences…

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Josep Tapiró i Baró

ncredible realism … far from the amplified fantasized oriental dream. Josep Tapiró i Baró has, throughout his life, worked in depth on the Africanist subject by painting mainly portraits of citizens of Tangiers in Morocco…

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