Ishola Akpo, Wahib Chehata, Roxane Daumas, Yasmine Hatimi, Olivier Monge, Hasnae El Ouarga, Michael Reese, Mouna Saboni et Maya Ines Touam 20.05 – 22.07.2023 For an appointment that has now become an annual event, the Montresso* Art Foundation is highlighting the diversity of its permanent collection. This cultural season, photography is in the limelight, revealing the multiple aspects of this medium and showing the different artistic projects that are supported; the diversity of genres echoing the multiplicity of techniques represented
Abi Salami, Michael Reese, Gregory Michael Carter, Ariel Dannielle, Cosmo Whyte, Paul Stephen Benjamin et Fahamu Pecou 12.02 - 06.05.2023 Grouped under the patronage of Fahamu Pecou, seven African-American artists from different generations confront the notion of Black identity - Blackness - by shaking the imposed designations.
29.10.2022 - 21.01.2023
Dominique Zinkpè’s approach is complex and diversified. Far from being restricted to plastic writing, he appropriates all kinds of mediums, as long as they allow him to express himself: installation, drawing, painting, video. By browsing his work, it seems obvious that he has no aspiration to be locked up in a single process of creativity but rather being in an openness of the matter and the thought.
11.04 - 23.07.2022 Created in Morocco ten years ago, the Montresso* Art Foundation welcomes, reveals and supports artists beyond borders and standards. The foundation’s permanent collection is constituted of works produced during residencies by guest artists. It therefore bears witness to the history of a place, to encounters and creations…
RERO 30.10.2021 - 1.04.2022 RERO's first solo exhibition in Morocco, COMME AVANT... experiments an artistic wandering, a reflection on our time. The artist explores the notions of alterity, hybrid identities and questions...was it really better before ?
Hilaire Balu Kuyangiko, Serge Diakota Mabilama, Vitshois Mwilambwe Bondo, Kouka Ntadi, Fransix Tenda Lomba 14.02 - 28.04.2020 For the third edition of the travelling programme IN-DISCIPLINE, created by the Montresso* Foundation, the Congo River is in the spotlight. On both sides of the river, a rich culture and a vibrant youth surprise. A place of life, a provider of stories, it inspires us and gives us strength.
TILT 14.12.2019 - 08.02.2020 FUTURE PRIMITIVE reveals TILT's artistic universe in a frontal vision, in which signs and references to the dense heritage of graffiti are concealed, juxtaposed, in order to filter a perfect sample of the Street.
Roxane Daumas, Tania Mouraud, Maya-Inès Touam, Fatiha Zemmouri 01.11 - 04.12.2019 « There are treasures everywhere » explores in an open dialogue the physical and intimate territories of four artists: Roxane Daumas, Tania Mouraud, Maya-Inès Touam and Fatiha Zemmouri. She invite us to think about this singular notion of treasure. The works presented are imbued with meaning and summon our appetite for philosophy, writing, matter and quite simply, to life.
26.08 - 12.10.2019 The Montresso* Art Foundation's collection of contemporary art is the result of an unwavering commitment to artists over the past thirty years and is made up of a deliberately heterogeneous selection of works. From emblematic pieces to the most recent acquisitions, it covers the fields of painting, drawing, sculpture and photography. The richness of this collection retraces the highlights of the Montresso* adventure, reflecting the encounters and exchanges that have contributed to its history.
Mohamed Said Chair, POES, Skunkdog 20.04 - 30.06.2019 An annual artistic event based on the theme of monumental work, this third edition reveals the surprising universes of Mohamed Said Chair, Poes and Skunkdog.