This exhibition is based on the representation and perception of the black body in Moroccan society. In this regard, the art writer Fatima-Zahra Lakrissa specifies in the exhibition catalog: “The works in this exhibition are conceived both as a response to the differentiation and alteration of the black body and as a re-evaluation attempt of the means of its representation, through techniques and creative protocols implemented to expose the logic of the construction of the portrait. ”
Born in 1975 in Akka, M’barek Bouhchichi holds a Baccalaureat degree in visual arts, he has been teaching art since the mid-1990s in Tiznit and Tahannaout. The research on empty and full spaces, and the importance of gesture, which characterized his beginnings as an abstract painter, are the foreshadowing of his current work.
M’barek Bouhchichi lives and works in Tahannaout.
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