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Mounir Fatmi: Darkening Process

“Darkening Process”, by contemporary artist Mounir Fatmi is based upon the idea of the Other; towards literature, Art History, figures and scientific experiments. The first project The Journey into Shame includes the bodies of work “The Darkening Process” and “As a Black Man” honoring John Howard Griffin,


What is Art

In an attempt to engage our audience in the unanswerable but critical question “What is Art”, MMP+ will convert one of its exhibition galleries into a giant chalkboard and encourage visitors to write their answers to this question directly on the wall in an act


Daido Moriyama. Marrakech: Shooting Light

MARRAKECH: SHOOTING LIGHT By Simon Baker Senior 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 career began in the 1960s under the influence of Japanese master photographers Shomei Tomatsu

Mounir Fatmi - The Beautiful Language-The Blindfold

Traces of The Future

A Collective Exhibition of Contemporary Moroccan artists from 1 May to 30 September 2015. Opening May 2, 2015, from 19 am to 21 pm. The exhibition “Traces of the Future brings together seven artists: Leila Alaoui, Younes Baba-Ali, Amina Benbouchta, Mounir Fatmi Ahmed Hajoubi, Jamila


Naabz, a film by Hassan Hajjaj

In this film, the character Naabz, who is a street artist, fights for her rights, due to the veil ban. She travels to each city – in this case Paris – sticking posters of women in veils around the city. Hassan Hajjaj addresses the politically


Selfie. A participatory exhibition

— The exhibition “Selfie” was built as a participatory and evolving project. The selfies received since the call for participation was first launched, were installed during a collective working session and then organized as a workshop. As for the scalable aspect of the installation, public