The three photography exhibitions currently at the Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMVI) have been extended until spring, following the success of the public, the National Museums Foundation (FNM) announced on Monday.
“The exhibition of the great French photographer and major figure of the 20th century, Henri Cartier-Bresson, will be extended until April 30, 2022 and will allow as many people as possible to see or see again the most emblematic photos of the man we nicknamed ” The eye of the century “, FNM said in a statement.
The exhibition “Africa seen by its photographers, from Malick Sidibé to the present day”which pays homage to the Malian artist and to a whole generation of young photographers of the contemporary African scene, continues until May 30, 2022, the opportunity to discover two distinct journeys which question the future of the African continent, adds the same source.
In addition to the two exhibitions by Henri Cartier-Bresson and Malick Sidibé, a third entitled “De Rage et de Désir, Le cœur beating des hommes” by Gérard Rancinan and Caroline Gaudriault will also remain at the MMVI until May 30, 2022.
“The monumental photos of the French photographer, accompanied by the texts of the author, tell, in images charged with symbolism, the history of men and their deep nature”continues the FNM.
By extending these exhibitions, the FNM and the MMVI confirm, once again, “a desire to open up to other artistic expressions by allowing the public to discover major works of 20th century art”, concludes- we.