Leila Alaoui: An Artist to Remember

About the Franco-Moroccan photographer who died in the 2016 Ouagadougou terrorist attack. Her family is establishing a foundation in Morocco, to keep her legacy alive, and continue her work linking art with social action.

By Hannah Kugel

Jun 2016

Bouchra Khalili

Until 28 August 2016, Bouchra Khalili's The Mapping Journey Project is on view at MoMA in New York. Excerpts from a conversation, published in the first monograph about the Moroccan artist.

By Omar Berrada

Apr 2016

ARTifariti 2016 - Call

X International Art and Human Rights Meeting. Call for participants of any nationality to carry out artistic projects in the Western Sahara context. Deadline: 31 May 2016.

Apr 2016

Artist Expedition: Call

Sound Development City calls for art projects from around the world that will be carried out during a three-week journey to Madrid and Casablanca. Deadline: 11 April 2016.

Mar 2016

Á l'angle des possibles

6th Festival of Contemporary Art Orienta. 2 April - 4 June 2016, Oujda, Morocco. 35 artists from different countries. Curator: Christophe Boulanger. Several venues.

Feb 2016

Marrakech Biennale 2016

24 February - 8 May 2016, Morocco. Theme: Not New Now. Curator: Reem Fadda, Assistant curator: Ilaria Conti. Interjections by collaborating curators.

Oct 2015

Carrefour / Meeting Point

The Marrakech Biennale and beyond. Exhibition at the ifa galleries Stuttgart, 8 May - 5 July, and Berlin, 17 July - 4 October 2015. Curator: Alya Sebti; six participants.

Jul 2015

Mohamed Larbi Rahhali: Mind Moves Matter

First solo exhibition showcasing a lifetime of thinking and work by the Tétouan-based artist. 5 June - 30 Sept. 2015, L’appartement 22, Rabat. Curator: Natasha Ginwala

Jun 2015

Trankat in Marseille

The Trankat residency artists' exhibition takes the Medina of Tétouan as its starting point. 14 Feb. - 19 April 2015, La Friche La Belle de Mai, Marseille

Feb 2015

A Certain Departure For New Horizons…

Interview with Hind El Ayoubi, Conservator at the Museum Mohammed VI for Modern and Contemporary Art in Rabat, after its opening.

By Elisabeth Piskernik

Dec 2014

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