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Tibari Kantour. View of the Exhibition at Actua
Jan. 28 2020 - Mar. 27 2020
Artist's prints in the Attijriwafa bank collection. A look at a craft's practice
Add to Calendar 28/01/2020 27/03/2020 Europe/Brussels Artist's prints in the Attijriwafa bank collection. A look at a craft's practice

This new exhibition follows a series of thematic explorations carriedout by the Art & Culture division of the Attijariwafa bank Foundation, with the aim of making the Group’s collection more and more accessible to the public and raising awareness among employees of the greatdiversity of artistic practices and trends represented.The exhibition presents a selection of some sixty lithographs, engravings and serigraphs published in limited editions in studios printmakers over a period of some thirty years between the 1960s and 1980s.

A choice has been madefrom the collection to represent a fine selection of artists: Aziz Abou Ali, Farid Belkahia, Mohamed Benallal,Moa Bennani, Saad Ben Cheffaj, Ahmed Ben Yessef, Mohamed Chebaâ, Hassan El Glaoui, Abdellah El Hariri,Bouchaïb Habbouli, Fatima Hassan El Farouj, Saad Hassani, Mohammed Kacimi, Tibari Kantour, MohamedMelehi, Abdellah Sadouk and Chaïbia Tallal.

The Artists’ Prints in the Attijariwafa bank collection exhibition is also a tribute to a number of Moroccanartists who, for more than half a century, have contributed to introducing, using and improving the modes ofexpression offered by fine art printmaking, starting with the pioneer Malika Agueznay to whom this exhibitionis dedicated.

The choice of the print as the theme of this exhibition is also based on the fact that its integration into theAttijariwafa bank collection, spread over some twenty years, has allowed a certain democratization of artamong the bank’s employees.

More on : https://www.attijariwafabank.com/fr/fondation-banque-awb/art-culture

 

 

 



 

 



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This new exhibition follows a series of thematic explorations carriedout by the Art & Culture division of the Attijariwafa bank Foundation, with the aim of making the Group’s collection more and more accessible to the public and raising awareness among employees of the greatdiversity of artistic practices and trends represented.The exhibition presents a selection of some sixty lithographs, engravings and serigraphs published in limited editions in studios printmakers over a period of some thirty years between the 1960s and 1980s.

A choice has been madefrom the collection to represent a fine selection of artists: Aziz Abou Ali, Farid Belkahia, Mohamed Benallal,Moa Bennani, Saad Ben Cheffaj, Ahmed Ben Yessef, Mohamed Chebaâ, Hassan El Glaoui, Abdellah El Hariri,Bouchaïb Habbouli, Fatima Hassan El Farouj, Saad Hassani, Mohammed Kacimi, Tibari Kantour, MohamedMelehi, Abdellah Sadouk and Chaïbia Tallal.

The Artists’ Prints in the Attijariwafa bank collection exhibition is also a tribute to a number of Moroccanartists who, for more than half a century, have contributed to introducing, using and improving the modes ofexpression offered by fine art printmaking, starting with the pioneer Malika Agueznay to whom this exhibitionis dedicated.

The choice of the print as the theme of this exhibition is also based on the fact that its integration into theAttijariwafa bank collection, spread over some twenty years, has allowed a certain democratization of artamong the bank’s employees.

More on : https://www.attijariwafabank.com/fr/fondation-banque-awb/art-culture

 

 

 



 

 



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