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Uprising/Still & Dangerous dreams
In collaboration with Masnaa festival and for its 5th edition, CulturesInterface presents drawings from Lebanon and Egypt

Artists Jana Traboulsi et Ganzeer are invited by CulturesInterface 
Curated by Mazen Kerbaj and David Ruffel

Corps noir #1
Mustapha Azeroual, 2017. Bronze

Diameter 17cm, H 12cm, Weight 8 Kg
Courtesy of the artist & CulturesInterface

Archeology of light by Mustapha Azeroual
Mustapha Azeroual's monographic exhibition in Casablanca at CulturesInterface art gallery. From March 10th to April 1st 2017

One of the 5 images composing the lenticular proof Radiance #5, 2016

CulturesInterface art gallery
12, rue El Jihani - Casablanca, Morocco
Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10AM to 12:30PM & from 3:30PM à 7:30PM
Tel : (+212) (0) 522 39 49 80 

Archeology of light by Mustapha Azeroual


Exhibition Archéology of light by Mustapha Azeroual
from march 10 to april 1st 2017
Galerie d'art CulturesInterface 
Courtesy of Mustapha Azeroual

Archeology of light by Mustapha Azeroual


Exhibition Archéology of light by Mustapha Azeroual
from march 10 to april 1st 2017
Galerie d'art CulturesInterface 
Courtesy of Mustapha Azeroual

Archeology of light by Mustapha Azeroual


Exhibition Archéology of light by Mustapha Azeroual
from march 10 to april 1st 2017
Galerie d'art CulturesInterface 
Courtesy of Mustapha Azeroual

Ellis
Exhibition Hicham Berrada at the CulturesInterface art space, Casablanca. From october 14 to november 19 2016. Photo : Landscape, 2016. Chemical elements on chromatographic plate

Sustained by a dual programme, both artistic and scientific, the work of Hicham Berrada unites intuition and knowledge and science and poetry. In his work, he explores the scientific protocols which closely imitate different natural processes and/or climatic conditions.
“I am trying to master the phenomena that I bring into play just as a painter masters his colours and his brushes. I use my brushes and colours as the warm, the cold, the magnetism and the light”. 

Photo : Landscape, 2016.
Chemical elements on chromatographic plate 

Sublimation
Carte Blanche to Najia Mehadji. Artists Mustapha Azeroual, Hicham Berrada, Nabil El Makhloufi, Safaa Mazirh, Houda Kabbaj, Najia Mehadji and Younès Rahmoun

On going exhibitin until october 31 at the CDG Foundation, Rabat
Photography Mustapha Azeroual

Merchants of dreams
Merchants of Dreams is a group exhibition in two parts, which are displayed simultaneously on Brandts13 & Viborg Kunsthal.

17 artists and more than 50 works in the exhibition, which presents different both subtle and poetic ways to engage with concepts like freedom, dreams, beliefs and affiliations in relation to Morocco - as a place to stay, leave, get off, get back to and travel to.
http://viborgkunsthal.viborg.dk/UDSTILLINGER/2016/Merchants-of-Dreams

1st Biennale of photographers from the arab world, Paris.
Exhibition at Binôme Gallery. 19, rue Charlemagne, Paris 75004

Zineb Andress Arraki is presented by CulturesInterface, Casablanca
Mustapha Azeroual is presented by Binôme Gallery, Paris
Caroline Tabet is presented by Art Factum Gallery, Beyrouth 

Zinebd Andress Arraki will present her latest work Solar conversation

Other venues at the Biennale : MEP (Maison Européenne de la Photographie), IMA (Institut du Monde Arabe), la Marie du 4ème Arrondissement, la Cité des Arts

Mustapha Akrim at Paréidolie, International contemporary drawing fair, Marseille
Galerie du Château de Servières 19 Boulevard Boisson, 13004 Marseille +33 (0) 4 91 85 42 78

CulturesInterface gallery presents, Negative, by Mustapha Akrim.


For Pareidolie's second edition, Mustapha Akrim has created a series of drawings using the technique of scratching over carbon paper. These carbon papers, some of which have overlayed drawing, represent children at school or working prematuraly. Mustapha inserts arabic exhepts of the last Moroccan constitution (2011) which treat about the right to all children to education, regardless of the child's economic status.

MOVE
Video nights Thursday July 2nd and Friday July 3rd at 10PM at CulturesInterface gallery with Karima Célestin gallery and CulturesInterface

Thursday July 2nd and Friday July 3rd at 10PM at CulturesInterface gallery

Program : Mustapha Akrim, Hicham Berrada, Halida Boughriet, Farah Khelil, Bernard Pourrière, Dania Reymond, Mustapha Sedjal, Jeanne Susplugas, Michèle Sylvander, Sami Trabelsi, Universal Everything 

karima célestin gallery is a private gaellery set in Marseille since 2012 and soon in London. She promotes emerging artists and specializes in video art.

Only God can play
Simohammed Fettaka exhibition

International Video Art Festival of Casablanca
Loop projections of the program from April 22 to May 2nd, from 10AM to 12:30PM and from 15:30PM to 7:30PM. Projections and debates around contemporary video art from Morocco and the Arab world : Thursday April 23 from 7:00PM. CulturesInterface Gallery

CulturesInterface invites the International Video Art Festival of Casablanca. In partnership with the Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines Ben M’Sik and the Instants Vidéos Festival (Marseille), France. The International Video Art Festival of Casablanca is an annual artistic event where young artists and art video professionnals meet around video art and new technologies fromp around the world. Since its creation in 1993 the festival offers each year new contemporary creations. Loop projections of the entire program from April 22 to May 2nd, from 10AM to 12:30PM and from 15:30PM to 7:30PM. CulturesInterface Gallery. 12 rue El Jihani, Casablanca. Tel : + 212 (0) 5 22 39 49 80

NOW !
12, rue El Jihani, Casablanca. Open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10AM to 12:30PM and from 15:30PM to 7:30PM. Tel +212 (0) 522 39 49 80

CulturesInterface art gallery presents the group exhibition NOW ! in collaboration with Shart gallery.
CulturesInterface gallery artists : Mustapha Akrilm, Mustapha Azeroual, Hichalm Berrada, Simohammed Fettaka, with special guests : Abdeljalil Saouli, sculptor and Younes Atbane, performer.
Shart gallery artists : Yassine Balbzioui, Khalil Nemmaoui, Selfati, Youssef Titou.

Slick Attitude
Slick Attitude in Paris from 22 to 26 October 2014. Binôme gallery, stand 4. Preview with invitation on 21 October 2014. Pont Alexandre III - Port des Champs-Elysées - 75008 Paris www.slickartfair.com/paris/fr

Maroc Contemporain
Institut du monde arabe. 1, rue des Fossés-Saint-Bernard. Place Mohammed V - 75005 Paris

Morocco, Art identities
Exhibition with Jamila Lamrani, Younès Rahmoun, Hicham Benohoud, Simohammed Fettaka, Badr el Hammami et Khalil Nemmaoui.

"Artists in society : Art at work"
Georges Henri Rivière building at the Fort Saint Jean - MuCEM (Museum for Europe and the Mediterranean), Marseille

Georges Henri Rivière building at Fort Saint Jean - MuCEM (Museum of Europe and the Mediterranean), Marseille

Artists : Mustapha Akrim, Hicham Benohoud, Simohammed Fettaka, Faouzi Laatiris, Youssef Ouchra, Younès Rahmoun, Batoul S'Himi.

Curators : Nawal Slaoui et Jean-Roch Bouiller

Scenography : Struc’Archi. Olivier Bedu et Juliette Morel

 

In parallel to the exhibition "Splendeurs de Volubilis", presented at the J4 building at the MuCEM from March 12th to August 25th 2014, the “Art at Work” exhibition presents works that reflect the socially engaged art currently flourishing in Morocco, throwing into relief the position of the artist in society. It also reveals, without aiming to be exhaustive, the richness and complexity of one of the most interesting art scenes in the Mediterranean region today.

Since the early 2000s, Moroccans have renewed their desire to give expression to their concerns with regard to the concepts of collective and individual freedoms and the issues that lie at the heart of civic life.

The subjects of freedom, power, education and work emerge as key themes for the artists in this exhibition and are central to the Moroccan people’s hopes for a democratic life. “Art at Work” does not set out to display the weaknesses of the Moroccan social system, weaknesses that can be found all over the world. Rather, it is a journey through the personal visions, arising out of strong convictions, of seven artists who are particularly focused on, and vigilant about, the concerns shared by an entire population.

 

Photos : Agnès Mellon & Nawal Slaoui

Marrakech Biennale - 5th Edition
Artists : Max Boufathal, Simohammed Fettaka and Adiba Mkinsi

CulturesInterface presents 3 artists at the 5th edition of the Marrakech Biennale :
Official Program  - Max Boufathal presents "Furious bear, aka Martin Luther King Jr", "Madona 2.0.7" and "Hippocrates', Democritus' and Aristotes' Oath" at the Palais El Badii and at Dar Si Said.
Curator Hicham Khalidi
Official Parrallel Projects  - Simohammed Fettaka presents "Zobra" at L'Blassa, Rue de la Liberté.
Curator Nawal Slaoui
Biennale Off - Adiba Mkinsi presents "Présence #5" at Dar Cherifa.
Curator Nawal Slaoui

Ânes situ - Hicham Benohoud
Musée de la Fondation Abderrahman Slaoui. 12, rue du Parc – 20070 Casablanca Tél. +212 (0) 522 206 217. Open from Tuesday to Saturday 11AM-6PM

Ânes situ represents donkeys inside Casablanca homes.

They are presented among installations, specifically conceived by artist Hicham Benohoud. The photos are the result of extravagant performances which illustrate the metaphores experiences by the artist in the city of Casablanca.

casablanca-ch2o
Presented by CulturesInterface et Galerie Shart

The World is not as I see it - Casablanca
Museum of the Abderrahman Slaoui Foundation

The World is not as I see it is a group exhibition that intends to get behind the mirror of social life. It has a triangular theme: the perspectives of our society on individual behaviour, the perspectives of the individual on his surroundings, and finally the perspectives of the individual on himself.

Artistes : Zineb Andress Arraki, Amina Benbouchta, Hicham Berrada, Simohammed Fettaka, Driss Ksikes
Curator: Nawal Slaoui
Production: CulturesInterface, Casablanca & Musée de la Fondation Abderrahman Slaoui
Partners : Dominique Fiat Gallery, Paris

Musée de la Fondation Abderrahman Slaoui
12, rue du Parc – 20070 Casablanca
Téléphone : +212-(0)522 206217

Exhibition opening hours : Tuesday to Saturday from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Photos scénography : Hafid Jender
Photos text readings : Taoufik Mouannis

Max Boufathal : Moroccan Danger
Presentation of Max Boufathal's works following a residency in Casablanca

In partnership with the Shart Gallery, Casablanca

Paris Photo
Domlinique Fiat Gallery stand at the Grand Palais, Paris

CulturesInterface presents an original series of photographies taken by artist Hicham Benohoud in 2012, as well as photographies by Hicham Berrada.

Caravanseraï
Morocco in transition. Photography exhibition with Zineb Andress Arraki, Khalil Nemmaoui and Laila Hida

Caravanserai: A place where cultures meet creates new pathways for Americans to experience the diversity of contemporary Muslim artistic expressions by introducing U.S. audiences to exciting and dynamic artists from the Muslim world.
The 2012-2013 Caravanserai season will bring music, film, and photography from Morocco to four communities across the United States.

Global Education Center | Nashville, TN
King Fahd Center | Fayetteville, Arkansas
Jamestown Fine Arts Assoc. | Jamestown, ND
Reif Performing Arts Center | Grand Rapids, MN

http://www.caravanserai-arts.org/about

 

The World is not as I see it - Paris
Dominique Fiat Gallery, Paris

The World is not as I see it is a group exhibition that intends to get behind the mirror of social life. It has a triangular theme: the perspectives of our society on individual behaviour, the perspectives of the individual on his surroundings, and finally the perspectives of the individual on himself.

Guest Curator: Nawal Slaoui
Production: CulturesInterface, Casablanca and Dominique Fiat Gallery in Paris

Dominique Fiat Gallery
16, rue des Coutures Saint-Gervais
Tuesday - Saturday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm


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Senses & Essence
from May 5th to 28th 2011, FIAF, New York

The exhibition Senses & Essence was designed specifically for the World Nomads Morocco Festival, organized by the French Institute, Alliance Française in New York, whose themes were women, sustainable development and travelling through time. This exhibition lead us on an visual and conceptual exploration of the Woman in all her dimensions.

Senses & Essence
FIAF, New York. 5-28 May 2011,
Villa Roosevelt, Casablanca. 17-31 June 2011
Amina Agueznay, Safaa Erruas et Najia Mehadji
Curator: Nawal Slaoui

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