An exhibition on the art of Moroccan ceramics was inaugurated on Wednesday in Düsseldorf, on the initiative of the Consulate General of the Kingdom in this city, as part of Morocco week.
A statement from the Consulate indicates that this exhibition, organized in collaboration with the Düsseldorf Ceramics Museum and in partnership with the mayor of the city, this exhibition entitled “Floral and Arabesque Star – A Summer in Morocco”, presents visitors with several pieces Moroccan ceramics dating from the 19th and 20th centuries, made by craftsmen from the cities of Fez, Meknes and Safi.
The opening of this exhibition, which will continue until July 30, adds the same source, took place in the presence of more than a hundred people from different walks of life, including official representatives of local institutions, friends of the Morocco as well as representatives of the Moroccan community and civil society.
This event is part of the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the signing between the Kingdom and Germany, on May 21, 1963, of an agreement to bring Moroccan labor to the European country, the press release.
The Moroccan diplomatic mission specifies that this exhibition is the first of a series of artistic and cultural events which will highlight the richness and diversity of Moroccan cultural heritage and which will be spread over a week from May 17 to 23. They will close with a concert by the famous singer Oum, at the Palais des Arts in Düsseldorf.