The itinerant exhibition “Women and religions, points of view of women from Morocco ” takes up residence, until the end of September, at the cultural space Foundouk Zeljou de Larrach.
An exhibition that is part of a larger project, including the book led by the psychoanalyst and gallery owner Hakima Lebbar, which has gathered the writings of many personalities to talk about the discrimination of women in religions.
In Larrach, the works of 21 female artists are displayed. Women who approach this topic and advocate for gender equality. During the same period, the gallery also presents another exhibition: “A panorama of artists from Morocco, from North to South” which brings together the work of about fifty artists from all over the territory highlighting the regional specificities and their influence on artistic production (light, colors, materials, history, themes, etc.).