Monday, September 20, 2010

Fez - Art Scene - Culture Vultures Report

According to Culture Vultures, the premier arts reporter for Fez, its raining art in the city right now, get out and be inspired see before it all dries up. The change in weather and the new cultural season brings Fez residents and visitors a fresh wind of visual arts to absorb and digest. The French Institute is hosting a fine collection of contemporary prints that have been executed under the management of Rene Taze and his print studio in France. A high class collection of engravings, dry points and lythographs that are also available to purchase.

Tuesday the 21st sees the opening of two shows in the city. Fragment 4 by Ursula Bauer opens at 6p.m at the Kasimi Gallery on the road to the Palais. The show includes large canvas works and many paper and paint series. A feminist painter, originally from Germany but splits her time between Fez Jdid and Wales.

Imágenes de Al-Ándalus”, by photographer Francisco González, opens at 7p.m. at the Instituto Cervantes on the same night.

Life Size by Jess Stephens.

And, Did we mention,?? Life Size, exhibition of recent works by Jess Stephens, Runs until the 25th of September at Complexe Culturel Al Houriya, Fez V.N.

You can keep up with the art scene in Fez with: Culture Vultures

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