A Moroccan view of the world

  A Moroccan view of the world The Eglise du Sacré Cœur de Casablanca will host from the 5th to the 30th of January a photo exhibition entitled « Regards (de) marocains sur le monde », organised by the Institut Français de Casablanca in co-operation with the Goethe Institut, Instituto Cervantes, the Délégation Wallonie-Bruxelles with the support of the Wilaya du Grand Casablanca and the City of Casablanca.
The exhibition presents reportages by five Moroccan photographers who went around the world and brought back their views of Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Saint-Malo and Tokyo. A way to highlight the Moroccan vision of the world through photography.
The exhibition is an invitation to Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Saint-Malo and Tokyo. Fouad Maâzouz (young «globe trotter » today in residence at the Cité des Arts à Paris, who presents his view of Berlin), Leïla Ghandi (in tour in Tibet after Argentina, who gives her impression of China), Aicha Ettaleb (a lawyer who lives between Brussels and Rabat, and shows his peaceful Brussels neighbourhood), Zhor Mekouar (who searches to establish a «twinning between Essaouira and Saint Malo through their respective lights) and Mohamed Fariji (a cultural actor of La Source du Lion in Casablanca, in residence since a year in a Barcelona Gallery, who invites us to a Spanish Derb Ghallef).
A roundtable will be organised on the 16th of january at 7 p.m around the spirit of travelling.


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