Mohamed Larbi Rahhali

In company of Deputy Director Guillaume Breton

Mohamed Larbi Rahhali graduated from the School of Fine Arts in Tetouan in 1984, where he also worked as Faouzi Laatiris’ assistant for the Volume and installation atelier. Mohamed Larbi Rahhali’s work is deeply influenced by his fisherman’s profession and his daily life in the medina of Tetouan. It oscillates between cosmology, esotericism and social issues such as survival and mutual aid. His work also highlights a collective memory shared between Morocco and Spain and testifying of a colonial history.

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Wednesday, 13 June 2018
Villa Vassilieff