Miloud Labied

Miloud Labied is a painter, born in 1939 in El Kelaa des Sraghna and died in 2008 in Rabat.

A self-taught artist who benefited from free instruction in plastic arts, drawing and painting in the workshops of the Ministry of Youth and Sports in Rabat, Miloud Labied was one of the Moroccan artists who reformed the Moroccan artistic environment.

The artist began his career in a naive style, with representations of popular scenes before branching off towards lyrical abstraction by experimenting with curves and Amazigh signs.

The circular shapes which characterize his works are considered as whirlwinds which hold the artist’s imagination prisoner of an event which dates back to his childhood.

Miloud created his own graphic arts foundation and since his first exhibition in 1958 at the Musée des Oudayas in Rabat, the artist has participated in several exhibitions both in Morocco and abroad.

The artist is particularly interested in figurative art without limiting himself to its academic dimension. He brings his personal touch to his paintings most often representing ancestral landscapes while avoiding falling into cliché.

The artist’s creations represent a clever mix of colors, a mastery of light and shapes which thus manage to create perfect harmony.

Rachid is one of the unique contemporary artists whose work has progressed serenely towards international notoriety. Among other things, he won the first international prize in Beijing in contemporary art and collaborated with Mall Galleries UK in London where he became the first Moroccan to exhibit in this prestigious institution.

Miloud Labied

Miloud Labied is a painter, born in 1939 in El Kelaa des Sraghna and died in 2008 in Rabat.

A self-taught artist who benefited from free instruction in plastic arts, drawing and painting in the workshops of the Ministry of Youth and Sports in Rabat, Miloud Labied was one of the Moroccan artists who reformed the Moroccan artistic environment.

The artist began his career in a naive style, with representations of popular scenes before branching off towards lyrical abstraction by experimenting with curves and Amazigh signs.

The circular shapes which characterize his works are considered as whirlwinds which hold the artist’s imagination prisoner of an event which dates back to his childhood. Miloud created his own graphic arts foundation and since his first exhibition in 1958 at the Musée des Oudayas in Rabat, the artist has participated in several exhibitions both in Morocco and abroad.

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