Galleria Anna Marra, in Rome, will host a collective exhibition entitled ‘Between Now and Then. The Moroccan Wave’. The exhibition is entirely dedicated to Morocco’s multi-faceted artistic panorama, a lively and dynamic stage characterized by expressive versatility that has significant resonance.
Amina Agueznay, Yasmina Alaoui, Badr El Hammami, Mohssin Harraki, Khadija Jayi, and Fatiha Zemmouri are the talented and varied interpreters of this project.
This show does not circumscribe the aesthetic dimension of contemporary Moroccan art, but rather valourises differences in linguistic approach and stylistic grammar. Outside facile cultural rhetoric, it seeks to offer an opening to reflect on local artistic research, consolidating untried ways of interpreting and exalting multi-disciplinarity: as demonstrated by the several languages used by these artists.
The exhibition’s title BETWEEN NOW AND THEN, was adopted to show that the artists presented are both particularly distinctive of the current artistic climate of the Maghreb, but who also represent its tomorrow.