4th Casablanca Biennale: Making Meaningful South-South Connections
Taking water as its starting point, the 4th Casablanca Biennale looks at how different cultures strongly connected to water can have similar projects of struggle as well as similar cultural geneses. Will Furtado writes about how some of the South-South connections present may set a precedent for future collaboration in the arts.
In the same venue, M’hammed Kilito shows a photography series set in El Jadida, where young men and boys jump from atop old forts into the ocean. These bright, summery, and dynamic images expose Morocco’s layered and dense history, as the forts are remnants of the Portuguese, inside the old Jewish quarter. Continue the article en Contemporary & by clicking here