Mohammed Kacimi (1942-2003), one of the most important post-war Moroccan plasticians, is an innovative artist with a deep sense of commitment, both an instigator and a witness to the globalisation of contemporary Arab art. A model for a number of young Maghreb artists, who today are internationally recognised.
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Exhibition Catalogue Mohamed Kacimi, shown at Mucem, Marseille (23 november 2018 - 3 march 2019).
The exhibition is devoted to Mohammed Kacimi’s “African period” (1993-2003)—the high point of his oeuvre—which sees him break with western art and the different aesthetic trends that influenced him in his journey, to open up a new, far more personal sphere of work, characterised by an unrestrained, free and ever more transdisciplinary expression.
By shining a light on this major period, the goal is to better understand how the work of Mohammed Kacimi was able to participate in the construction of a new Mediterranean imaginary.
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