“Rhapsody of Lights”.. A Symphony of Art at the Grand Mosque Hassan II

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The Foundation of the Hassan II Mosque and the PlumArt Association announce the forthcoming opening of the collective exhibition “Rhapsody of Lights,” to be held from May 2nd to May 11th, 2024. The vernissage will take place on Thursday, May 2nd, at 5 p.m. in the Exhibition Hall of the Media Library of the Grand Mosque Hassan II, Casablanca.

“Rhapsody of Lights” delves into the myriad facets of light as a symbol of transcendence, hope, and transformation. Participating artists bring forth their unique interpretations through a variety of mediums and styles, capturing fleeting moments of beauty and truth.

In conjunction with the exhibition, a diverse cultural program will enrich the visitors’ experience. A portfolio reading, led by the eminent artist, writer, and art critic Mohamed Saoud, will provide a deeper dive into the exhibited works, while book signing sessions will showcase literature related to art and culture.

Furthermore, lectures and debates on various topics such as intangible capital, Mediterranean cinema, and art therapy will be organized. The “Rhapsody of Lights” exhibition will offer visitors an immersive and enriching experience, blending artistic exploration, intellectual reflection, and dynamic exchanges.

Among the constellation of talented artists gracing the exhibition, Majda Chraibi and Loubna Idrissi stand out as radiant stars, each poised to infuse the event with their distinctive artistic flair. Alongside these luminaries, a diverse array of artists will converge, collectively illuminating the exhibition with a kaleidoscope of creative expressions.

As visitors traverse the exhibition space, they will encounter a tapestry of creativity woven by artists from diverse backgrounds, each offering a unique perspective on the theme of light. From Rouslana Afarid to Assia Mejoub, the lineup of artists promises a journey of discovery and inspiration.

In the heart of Casablanca, the Grand Mosque Hassan II becomes not only a place of worship but also a beacon of cultural exchange and artistic expression. “Rhapsody of Lights” invites all to bask in the glow of creativity and immerse themselves in the transformative power of art.

Soukaina Sghir

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