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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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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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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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La Source des femmes

A film deep and intense, directed by Radu Mihaileanu, dates back to 2011 and plunges ‘somewhere between North Africa and the Middle East’…

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A LIRE … LE FOU DU ROI, DE MAHI BINEBINE

Depuis la reading room, ce mois-ci nous vous conseillons le dernier livre de Mahi Binebine… “Le fou du roi”.

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Daoud Aoulad Syad

In Morocco, Daoud Aoulad Syad photographs people, people of the street, the children, the men of the countryside. He deepens the south and delivers the book simply called ‘Moroccans’…

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Robert Rauschenberg & Morocco

Robert Rauschenberg died just 10 years ago, leaving behind a prolific work and unceasing questioning about art. A protesting American artist, he naturally breaks with abstraction and quickly incorporates everyday objects into his art…

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Let’s pause

They are on the terrace of Dar Kawa and call to relax. They welcome the awakening of the morning, laziness of the afternoon or the serenity of the evening. The sun loungers of Dar Kawa please…

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