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Batoul s'himi

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Batoul S’Himi was born in Asilah, Morocco in 1974, and lives and works in Martil, Morocco. She graduated from the I’lnstitut National des Beaux-Arts in Tetouan (1998), where she has been a Visiting Professor since 2011. In 2005 she co-founded the Association Espace 150x295 in Martil with Faouzi Laatiris.Selected group and solo exhibitions include "Maroc Contemporain", Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris (2014-2015); "World Under Pressure", Rose Issa Projects, London (2014);dans la cité: les artistes l¹art en travail", MuCEM, Marseille, France (2014); “Earth Matters”, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC (2013); “Re-Orientations II”, Rose

world under pressure (2014)

 

Issa Projects, London (2012); “ Intense Proximity”, The Triennale of Paris, Palais de Tokyo (2012); “Don’t Panic”, Durban Art Gallery, South Africa (2012); The Havana Biennale, Cuba (2012); "Working for Change”, the Morocco Pavilion, Venice Biennale (2011); “Sentences on the Banks and other Activities”, Darat Al Funun, Amman, (2010); “Living Together”, Observatori Festival, Valencia (2010); Donation AIM Biennale Marrakesh, Palais Bahia, Marrakesh (2010); International Festival of Contemporary Art of Algiers (Fiac Alger), MAMA (2009) “Looking Inside Out”, Kunstnernnes Hus, Oslo (2009) Biennale de Bruxelles (2008); “World Under Pressure”, l’Appartement 22, Rabat (solo show, 2008); “Se voir dans l’autre”, Espace 150X295, Martil, (solo show, 2000-2007); “L’Art au feminine”, MAMA, Alger (2008); Liteside Festival, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2007); Biennale de Naples, Italy (2006); “Regards de femmes BCGM”, Casablanca (2006); Maisons de Culture Tetouan, Maroc (2004); “Passerelle”, Parc de I'Hermitage, Casablanca (2004); “France Maroc: experiences croisées à Marrakech II”, Musée de Marrakech (2003); Dakar Biennale, Senegal (2002); “h+m=10”, Centre culturel De Warende, Belgium (2002); “Mar'a”, Centre culturel Faabiolazaal Antwerpen, Belgium (2002); “Regarder Marseille”, Galerie Artena, Marseille (2002); “Olga”, joint installation with Faouzi Laatiris for the exhibition, “Hommage a la poesie au Maroc”, Faculty of Letters and Humanities, Tetouan (2001); “Art Contemporain au Maroc”, Majorca, Valencia, Barcelona (2000); “Objet désorienté au Maroc”, Ateliers d 'Artistes, Marseille (2000), the Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Paris and Villa des Arts (Fondation ONA) and the lnstitut français, Casablanca (all 1999); “Regards Nomades”, Musee des beaux-arts de Dole, FRAC Franche-Comté (1999); “Mutations plastiques marocaines”, Galerie du Passage de I'art, Marseille (1999).

She was awarded residencies at the Thami Mnyele Foundation in Amsterdam (2007); the Ecole nationale supérieure des arts visuels (La Cambre) in Brussels (2005); l’Appartement 22, Rabat with Faouzi Laatiris (2005); and the Cité des arts, Paris (2003). She also won the “Prix de jeune talent” at the Dakar Biennale, Senegal (2002). She has many private collectors and her work also features in the public collections of FRAC PACA (Fond Régional d’Art Contemporain, Provence, Alpes, Côte d’Azur), Marseille; FRAC Corsica; Galerie FJ, Casablanca; Riad EI Fen, Marrakesh; and l’Appartement 22, Rabat.


       
     
     
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