All posts tagged “moroccan

Hassan Hajjaj

Gnaoua or Never

Alexander Jusdanis investigates how champions of Morocco’s traditional gnaoua music are adapting their practices to stay fresh and keep up with current trends

Bouchra Khalili

Crosstown Traffic

Moroccan-French artist Bouchra Khalili tackles issues of migration, language, and conflict in her ongoing untitled solo exhibition at London’s Lisson Gallery

Filed under: Art
Soukaina Joual

Meat is Murder

Zoë Hu hangs out with Soukaina Joual in the cafés of Fes to chat with the young Moroccan artist in the flesh about the central place occupied by Morocco – and meat – in her oeuvre

Filed under: Art
Mounir Fatmi

Vicious Circles

Samannaz Kourang Pishdadi talks to Moroccan artist Mounir Fatmi about his upbringing, the Beat writers of America, his philosophies, and his current projects

Filed under: Art
Joujouka

Maroc and Roll

Find out how Morocco’s Master Musicians of Joujouka have been presenting a heady blend of music and rituals to privileged, select audiences in the heart of the Rif Mountains

Hassan Hajjaj

Karima

Joobin Bekhrad’s take on Hassan Hajjaj’s fly-on-the-wall documentary about a day in the life of Karima, a henna girl in Marrakech’s Djemaa El Fnaa

Voices of Marrakech

Voices of Marrakech

After sojourns in Alexandria and Beirut, German audiophiles Julia Tieke and Berit Schuck turned their ears towards the historic Medina of Marrakech