Art exhibition gathers Moroccan, African visual artists in Casablanca

A collective art exhibition entitled "Reflection" was opened Saturday at the Living4Art gallery in Casablanca, with the participation of 20 Moroccan and African visual artists.

This exhibition, which will continue until January 30, features sixty works by professional and amateur artists whose common denominator is to make their creations known to lovers of plastic arts.

This collective exhibition is an opportunity to exchange experiences between artists and also to make the new generation of artists benefit from the experiences of their predecessors, artist Asmaa Benchekroun told MAP. For her part, Rim Addakou, 19, expressed her joy to participate and present her works, for the first time, in a collective exhibition of this dimension. A series of works by Congolese artist Ulrich Zouanda are also presented in this exhibition.

The 26-year-old artist skillfully handles metal and wire, which he transforms into sculptures of semi-abstract works expressing forms and movements inspired by the continent he comes from and the country that welcomed him, Morocco.

Zouanda, who has lived in Morocco since the age of 14, said he was touched by art fever at a very early age, with a perpetual desire to create and innovate.

For his part, Abdennasser Benabbou said his participation in this art exhibition reflects a set of feelings during his two-year stay in Ghana that strongly influenced his works.

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