The work of Mohamed Hamidi (b. 1941) is part of the history of Moroccan modernity. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, he was associated with the now-famous School of Casablanca, which proposed one of the most successful aesthetic models of the post-colonial era.
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|Author||Michel Gauthier, Brahim Alaoui|
|Publisher||Skira / Galerie 38|
|Number of pages||208|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||310 x 250|
|Museum||Galerie 38, Paris|
It was during this period that Hamidi produced a collection of singular paintings of unparalleled erotic abstraction. But his work existed both before and after this crucial moment.
This monograph, the first devoted to the artist, also explores the colour-shape 'puzzles' of his Parisian period in the 1960s, the 'African' paintings of the 1980s and the angular architectural works that followed, thus providing insight to the artistic language, with its principal scansions and interior logic, of a major figure of modernism in the Maghreb.
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