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mounir fatmi at video festival in Brazil

Video work by mounir fatmi is featured at the VIII Festival du Film Documentaire de Cachoeira in Bahia, Brazil (4 – 10 September). The festival promotes the diffusion of art and documentary films as their own unique cinematographic genres, as their content and aesthetics present many possibilities and generate much interest amongst the Brazilian public, critics and researchers. Using the consolidated space of the city, the festival creates a space for the production and articulation of global images, sounds and the re-presentation of current affairs.

mounir fatmi at Institut Des Cultures d’Islam in Paris

mounir fatmi participates in a group exhibition, Lettres ouvertes, de la calligraphie au street-art, at the Institut Des Cultures d’Islam in Paris (1 September – 21 January). The exhibition explores the calligraphic dimensions in the contemporary arts and testifies to the universality of research around the art of writing, fueled in particular by traditional Arab and Far Eastern calligraphy. The artists exhibiting all approach letters and signs as field of graphic, aesthetic and poetic experiments.

mounir fatmi takes 'Pavilion of Exile' to Morocco

fatmi participates in a solo exhibition, The Pavilion of Exile , at Galerie Delacroix in Tangier, Morocco (26 July – 15 October). The Pavilion of Exile is a traveling project that the artist launched in 2016, which inverts the established structures of temporary exhibitions, questioning ideas of nationhood, exile and various forms of displacement. Through the exhibition, fatmi examines both the global and specific nature of the links between the various forms of displacement, whether it be the situation of the migrant worker, the expatriate, the refugee or the exile of war, natural disasters, economic problems, political or racial persecution.

mounir fatmi at Bellevue Arts Museum in US

fatmi participates in a group exhibition, Cut Up/Cut Out (30 June – 22 October), at the Bellevue Arts Museum in the Pacific Northwest state of Washington, USA. Cut Up/Cut Out is an exhibition by international artists who explore the captivating methods of decorative piercing and cutting, using a wide range of media from paper and plastic to metal and rubber.


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  • Solo exhibitions

    mounir fatmi / Fragmented Memory / 2017

    mounir fatmi / Suspect Language / 2012

    Group exhibitions

    the silences between / 2017

    New Revolutions: Goodman Gallery at 50

    Edge of Silence / 2015

    Other People's Memories / 2015

    Surfacing / 2014

    In Context / 2010

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  • Press for Mounir Fatmi

    mounir fatmi / Vice.com / June 2017

    Morocco’s Anti-Colonial 'Moon King' Lives by Alice McCool (1.4 MB)

    mounir fatmi / The National / April 2017

    Lessons of history come full circle by Anna Seaman (1.7 MB)

    mounir fatmi / Gulf News / April 2017

    Learning from the past by Jyoti KalsiSpecial (260.1 KB)

    mounir fatmi / PETRIe / April 2016

    The Art of mounir fatmi by Elena Stanciu (1.2 MB)

    mounir fatmi / Artforum.com / April 2016

    Myrna Ayad, Critic's Pick, Artforum (96.5 KB)

    mounir fatmi / Art Radar / November 2015

    Fragility and the machine by Lisa Pollman (2.6 MB)

    Mounir Fatmi / La Gazelle / Habib Bourguiba / January - March 2014

    Mounir Fatmi: L'art de la reconstruction (973 KB)

    mounir fatmi / Millennium Film Journal / No. 54

    My Father Has Lost His Teeth by mounir fatmi (3 MB)

    mounir fatmi / Millennium Film Journal / No. 53

    mounir fatmi's Abstracting Winds by Laura U. Marks (3.3 MB)

    mounir fatmi / Drome Magazine No. 19 / Spring-Summer 2011

    One More Minute of Sun by Barbara Polla (6.1 MB)

    mounir fatmi / Art Absolument

    Les Transformations Fondamentales by Pierre-Olivier Rollin (5.2 MB)

    Dak'Art 2010 / Nafas Art Magazine / May 2010

    Dak'Art 2010: Looking back, facing forward? by J. Bouwhuis & K. Winking (217.8 KB)

    Mounir Fatmi / Whitehot Magazine / New York / 16 January 2010

    Mounir Fatmi at Galerie Hussenot by Blaire Dessent (610 KB)

    A grassy, rectangular church / Art South Africa / Winter 2010

    A grassy, rectangular church by James Sey (2.7 MB)