MOA BENNANI Mohamed

Moa (Mohamed) Bennani is a painter and sculptor, who joined the National Institute of Fine Arts in Tetouan, then the National School of Fine Arts in Paris. Currently based in Kenitra, the artist is one of the great figures who have marked the history of Moroccan painting.
His works reflect a captivating and poignant lyrical abstract and invite you to travel. His techniques and supports are raw and original. The result is therefore naturally transcendent.
Driven by a singular ambition, Moa reveals in his paintings, a part of himself, his desires and his intentions, thus making them alive in the eyes of those who allow themselves to be transported.
Moa’s works have been exhibited several times in Morocco and abroad. His paintings but also his huge frescoes currently embellish a large number of prestigious buildings.

MOA BENNANI Mohamed

Moa (Mohamed) Bennani is a painter and sculptor, who joined the National Institute of Fine Arts in Tetouan, then the National School of Fine Arts in Paris. Currently based in Kenitra, the artist is one of the great figures who have marked the history of Moroccan painting.
His works reflect a captivating and poignant lyrical abstract and invite you to travel. His techniques and supports are raw and original. The result is therefore naturally transcendent.
Driven by a singular ambition, Moa reveals in his paintings, a part of himself, his desires and his intentions, thus making them alive in the eyes of those who allow themselves to be transported.
Moa’s works have been exhibited several times in Morocco and abroad. His paintings but also his huge frescoes currently embellish a large number of prestigious buildings.

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