After focusing on contemporary Japanese, Chilean and Caribbean art, the 193 Gallery continues its tour of the art world by presenting the contemporary Moroccan scene. From October 25 to December 15, the new gallery in the Marais in Paris dedicated to foreign contemporary art will welcome the works of 7 Moroccan photographers, including the super star Hassan Hajjaj, who will at the same time benefit from a major retrospective at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie. Each in their own way, give us a portrait, a snapshot of their Moroccan reality. Multiculturalism is undoubtedly a vector for taking a step...
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