As part of the celebration of Heritage Month in the Islamic World, under the theme “United for Art and Heritage”, the gallery of the Islamic World Organization for Education, Science and Culture (ICESCO ) for contemporary art has hosted the artistic exhibition “Table of Hope” since Thursday.
Initiated in partnership with the Arab Group of the Diplomatic Circle in the Kingdom and in cooperation with the Atelier Karmadi in Rabat. Organized within the framework, this exhibition includes more than a hundred artistic works produced by 28 artists from Morocco and other Arab countries, the proceeds of which will be allocated to the Ibn Sina Hospital in Rabat for the treatment of affected children. cancer.
Speaking on this occasion, the Director General of ICESCO, Salim Al-Malik, underlined that the Contemporary Art Gallery of the Organization will be a distinguished address for the sponsorship of art and creativity in the Member States. and artistic and creative trends around the world. He added that through this gallery, the Organization is sending a civilizational message aimed at opening up art to creators and setting up incubators for contemporary art and creation in all forms, in particular the decoration, calligraphy, illuminations, sculpture and photography.
And to add that with the inauguration of this gallery, ICESCO aims to welcome all the pioneering creations that highlight the beauty of Islamic civilization, by sponsoring creators and nurturing creative talents so that they evolve to achieve a distinctive aesthetic value.
For her part, the president of the Arab Group at the Diplomatic Club of Rabat, Nidaa Ezzat Sabry, stressed that the gallery expresses through its paintings the civilizational mix and cultural diversity which constitute for artists a constant source of inspiration.
Note that the “Table of Hope” exhibition was inaugurated by the Minister of Solidarity, Social Development, Equality and the Family, Jamila El Moussali, the Minister Delegate in charge of Higher Education and scientific research, Driss Ouaouicha, the Minister Delegate in charge of Moroccans living abroad, Nezha El Ouafi and the Director General of ICESCO Salim Al-Malik, in the presence of members of the diplomatic corps accredited in Morocco and artists from Arab countries.