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Marrakech Before Paris Event 2015

– NOVEMBER 5 to 8, 2015 This year, Marrakech Before Paris welcomes the renown Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama, as our second visiting artist. Moriyama received the Infinity Award for Lifetime Achievement from the International Center of Photography in New York and has been the subject


Marrakech Before Paris 2015 / Workshops

Marrakech Before Paris 2015 Education Program comprises two workshops. Le programme éducatif du Marrakech Before Paris 2015 comprend deux ateliers. WORKSHOP 1 / REGISTRATIONS CLOSED *Dear subscribers, please note that this workshop has reached its quota of 50 seats. Registrations are therefore closed. The MMP+


MMP+ is the ‘Best Emerging Culture Destination’ in Africa

We are pleased to announce that the Marrakech Museum for Photography and Visual Arts has been awarded the “Best Emerging Culture Destination Africa” Prize, by the Leading Culture Destination Awards 2015. We would like to thank our patrons, partners and visitors for their support. –

Daido Moriyama, 1989

Daido Moriyama. Marrakech: Shooting Light

OCTOBER 10, 2015 — JANUARY, 10, 2016 Marrakech: Shooting Light Related events School group visits MARRAKECH: SHOOTING LIGHTBy Simon BakerSenior Curator, International Art (Photography), Tate Modern – Daido Moriyama (born Osaka, Japan, 1938) is widely acknowledged as one of the world’s preeminent living photographers. His


MMP+ Shortlisted at LCD Awards 2015

We are happy to announce that MMP+ has been shortlisted in the category ‘Best Emerging Culture Destination Africa’ by the Leading Culture Destinations Awards (LCD) 2015.The LCD Awards recognise and celebrate creativity and innovation in the cultural sector, covering both new institutions and new initiatives


Jaimal Odedra. “My Morocco, My India”

NOVEMBER 1 — 30, 2015 Opening on November 5, 7:30pm – 9:00pm at Sofitel Marrakech At Sofitel Marrakech As part of Marrakech Before Paris Event Images by photographer Jaimal Odedra capture impressions of India and Morocco, where his experiences as an artist and traveller relate