Indeed, the whole setting immerses us in an incredible universe of colors including references to the medina of Tangier and traditional Moroccan objects. Colorful creations mixing graffiti, Street Art stencil, painting, photos, illustrations and video installations, Mouad gets his inspiration from the daily life in Morocco, his travels, traditional Moroccan objects, and life in the streets of the Tangier medina.
Among his works, we can spot portraits of renowned women who have marked history in the Arab region as well as paintings of ordinary ones titled “women power”. “Women empowerment is a matter that touches me especially as an artist,” he told Moroccan Ladies. “It’s my duty to represent and highlight the important role that women play in our society, as they are a fundamental part of the development of Moroccan civilization.”
In short, an inescapable unique exhibition of works combining the traditional aspect with the modernity of the Street Art and the very colorful Pop Art.