GALLERY 21, GEARED TOWARDS YOUNG ARTISTS, SUPPORT AND ADVICE
Founded in 2008 by Aisha Amor and Aziz Daki, the Atelier 21 Gallery is launching an annual cycle of exhibitions, dedicated to young talents offering them the exhibition space of the gallery. It also offers different services in terms of advice, from support in the acquisition of artworks to evaluation and expertise for already acquired works. The gallery represents, among others, the “installationnist” artist Fouad Bellamine, Mohammed El Baz, whose “burned heads” inflame the photographs, the photographer Majida Khattari whose series “Orientalismes” and “Luxe, désordre et volupté” pay tribute to the history of Western art, to the sensuality of works by Delacroix and even Manet, and to the female body. A special mention should be given to the work of Safaa Erruas whose symbolic works, stories of our time, such as “Le Tiroir”, are imbued with a certain poetry, fragility and a total absence of color to better “attract attention and communicate”.
L’Atelier 21 Gallery exhibits “Figurations” by Meki Megara until June 7th.
21, Abou Mahassine Arrouyani street (previously Boissy-d’Anglas street) Casablanca 20100
21, Abou Mahassine Arrouyani street (ex Boissy d’Anglas street) Casablanca 20 100