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Introduction to Moroccan Art

Moroccan Arts

Morocco is a multi ethnic country of  (Arabs, Berbers, Phoenicians, Romans, Jews, Sub Saharan Africans) with a very rich Moroccan culture which have had a big impact on the Moroccan art scene. Each Moroccan region offers its own heritage, culture, customs and unique artistic forms contributing to rich cultural heritage.  

There is a yearly event for Moroccan Arts hosted at  Casablanca International Art Fair. Several international artists use Morocco as an inspirational ground like well known French artist Matisse. Authentic Berber Arts and Moroccan arts can be seen at Municipal Amazigh Museum, museums in Rabat, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah at Essaouiraand Maison Tiskiwin- Bert Flint Museum 

Moroccan Art

Morocco Art Galleries

  • Medina Art GalleryMoroccan art, 30 Av Abou Chouaib Doukali 90000, Tangier,212 39 37 26 44 
  • Matisse Art Gallery: Contemporary, Moroccan  and oriental art, 61 rue Yougoslavie, N°43 Passage Ghandouri, Guéliz, Marrakesh, 212 74 92 79 25
  • La Qoubba galerie d'art 

    Moroccan art, 91 Souk Talaa, 

     
    Marrakesh, 212- 44 38 05 15
  • Athar Gallery:  Sculptors, Moroccan arts and painting, 12 rue Ibnou Khalouiya, Casablanca
  • Light Gallery, Contemporary art, photography and dvd collection, Marrakesh, 212- 24 38 45 65
  • Galerie 127Photography, 127 avenue Mohammed V, Marrakesh, 212- 24 43 26 67
  • Villa des Arts: Contemporary art, 10 rue Beni Mellal Hassan, Rabat, 212-37 76 60 47
  • Marsam Gallery: 6 Rue Oskofia, Rabat
  • Loft Art Gallery:  13, Rue Al Kaissi,Triangle D'Or 20500 Casablanca, 212-5 22 94 47 65 
  • Atelier 21:  21, rue Abou Mahassine Arrouyani, Casablanca, 212-5 22 98 17 85
  • Matisse Gallery: 2 rue de la Convention, Quartier Racine, Casablanca, 212-522-94-49-99

 

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