Marrakech Biennale 2016: Highlights
Biennale Cafè by Hassan Hajjaj
The artist will revisit the Biennale’s Cafè not as an artist but as a designer. By revamping the entrance of an old deco building Hajjaj will present a most alternative experience for the entire duration of the Biennale.
Storyteller of Jama El Fnaa
Don’t miss out on the tales told from Jama El Fnaa in Arabic every Thursday at Cafè Clock. The old masters will be followed by young apprentices of the art who will retell these classic fables in French or English but with a twist.
A partecipatory project of sonic ambulation in Marrakech’s taxis. Curated by Younes Baba-Ali and Anna Raimondo.
Mint Collective is an artist collective based in the Kasbah area of Marrakech. Young European and African artists have come together with the aim of creating a platform in the city through which individuals can communicate via the arts. To visit their group exhibition visit L’Blassa.