The exhibition project initiated by the LA ESPIRAL Collective, the ACC and the Cervantes Institute of Fez, which has visited the Cervantes Institutes of Larache, Tetouan, Marrakech, Rabat, Fez and Nador for a year, is located at the Galerie Mohamed El Kacimi of Fez.

Disciplines such as photography, sculpture, contemporary ceramics or painting, offer here a current reality which exists beyond borders and which builds a symbolic bridge between the south and the north, generating creative synergies which are part of in a broader project, the “M’ZORA CARAVAN” meetings, which have been taking place for 15 years on the Cromlech of M’zora near Assilah and through which dozens of artists of very different origins and cultures have already passed. various.

The exhibition will open on Wednesday February 21 at 7:00 p.m. with the performance of the artist Fred Chemama alias 眯腊 (mira) and his project Fōz machine (interactive video installation, supported by the Federation Wallonia-Brussels and Transcultures).

This group exhibition, organized by Emilio Gallego, a Moroccan-born Spanish artist and curator, brings together internationally renowned, mid-career and emerging artists.

Alberto García-Alix (Esp), Aziz El Amrani (Ma), Bibiana Martínez (Esp), Charley Case (Be), Fanny Galera (Esp), Fred Chemama (Fr), Hassan Echair (Ma), Karmit Evenzur (Uk), Monia Touiss (Ma), Najib Cherradi (Nl/Ma), Naoual Bâzzi (Ma), Rachid Ouhnni (Ma), Ro Caminal (Esp), Violeta Caldrés (Esp),

These artists, belonging to six different countries and cultures, cross paths using their own individual techniques and codes, demonstrating that art is a universal language nourished and enriched by diversity.


  • 21.02 > 05.03.2024
  • Mohamed El Kacimi Gallery
  • 26, Av. Moulay Youssef, Fes, Maroc
  • free entrance
  • fez.cervantes.es


The exhibition, which has been traveling through the Cervantes Institutes of Larache, Tétouan, Marrakech, Rabat, Fez and Nador for a year, benefits from the support and collaboration of various Spanish, Moroccan and Belgian entities, such as:

  • the Cervantes Institute, the Consorci de Museus de la Comunitat Valenciana, the Spanish Embassy in Rabat – AECID, the National Institute of Fine Arts of Tetouan, the Mohamed El Kacimi Gallery or Wallonie-Bruxelles International and Transcultures.