Marrakech Biennale 2016: Parallel Projects Places

Words by My Art Guides Editorial Team
February 15, 2016

L’Blassa – Building in the corner of the Yougoslavie street and the Liberté street – Gueliz
L’Blassa is an iconic space of the Biennale which invests an abandoned building in the heart of Gueliz district, to turn it into an epicenter of the creative energy of the Biennale.

Dar Cherifa – Derb Chorfa Lkabir, Mouassine
In a sublime remain of saadian era, opened to all interbreedings, Dar Chérifa welcomes travelers from all over the world around an exhibition, a concert and a symposium.

ESAV – Amerchich
The Superior School of Visual Arts of Marrakesh forms for the cinema business, television (realisation, image, sound and editing) and visual communication.

The school, opened to the international, embodies a will and a spirit of cultural and social diversity and implements this policy.

Medersa Ben Youssef – Kaat Benahid, Médina
The Ben Youssef Madrasa, founded by Abu al-Hasan, Marinid Sultan, is a jewel of the Amazigh-Moorish architecture located in the medina of Marrakech.

Marrakech Rempart, Bab Nkob
Bab Nkob was build under the French protectorate in the southwest of the medin. It’s one of the twenty two doors that compose the walls of Marrakech. It marks the passage between New Town and Medina.

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