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Sara Ouhaddou

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Sara Ouhaddou
(b. 1986 in Paris, lives and works in Paris, France)

Born in France in a traditional Moroccan family and graduated from the École Olivier De Serres in Paris. Sara Ouhaddou's dual culture informs her practice as a continuous cultural and anthropological dialogue, questioning the transformations of her heritage. Ouhaddou strikes a balance between traditional Moroccan art forms and the conventions of contemporary art, aiming to place artistic creation's in forgotten cultural continuities into new perspectives.

She has exhibited at numerous group exhibitions extensively and art festivals such as "Islamic Art festival" (Sharja Art Museum, Sharjah, 2017), "Crafts Becomes Modern!", (Bauhaus Dessau Fondation, Germany, 2017), "Lettres ouvertes" (Institut des Cultures d'Islam, France, 2017-18), "Marrakech Biennale" (Morocco, 2016). Solo exhibitions include, "IMPRESSION//IMPRESSION" (Morocco, 2017) and "Wasalnalilio/On en set arrive là" (Polaris Gallery, France, 2017).

The award received include Arab Fund for Art and Culture grant and One Percent contemporary art NYC, Little Syria project. She has taken part in artist-residencies at L'appartement 22, Rabat, Morocco, Edge Of Arabia ISCP residency, New-York (2015) among others.


Residency: January 15, 2018 - March 12, 2018
Supported by: The Agency of Cultural Affairs (Bunkacho)
Event: RADIO RABATOKYO Live Streaming
Date: Friday, March 2, 2018 / 18:30 - 19:30 (17:30 Door open)
Venue: SodaCCO

Stained glass Installation, 2017 / Photo by Marc Domage

Stained glass Installation, 2017 / Photo by Marc Domage

Ourika Road, White Clay, 2016 / Photo by Marwen Farhat

Green Titaween, Silk embroidery, 2013 / Photo by Rebecca Fanuele

Wassalna Lilo, woven cotton, Tanger, 2016 / Photo by Sara Ouhaddou