On December 26, 2019, Gallery Siniya 28 will present two female exhibitions to kick off Marrakech’s Artcurial Week.
Houda Terjuman, a Syrian-Swiss-Moroccan artist will present a collection inspired by her journies through the Middle East, Europe, and Africa. Through her surrealist sculptures and poetic paintings, she communicates what she has experienced and learned about issues of immigration and identity.
On the same occasion, Alia Ali, a Yemeni-Bosnian-American multi-media artist, will present her latest series Flux. Her colorful photo canvases feature camouflaged figures wrapped in textile wax. Ali’s work inspires conversations about history, politics, and economic structures.
Gallery Siniya 28 is situated in Gueliz, Marrakech. Hadia Temli is the owner and curator. She opened the gallery in 2016 with the goal to support emerging Moroccan artists while also lending an outlet for better known Moroccan and international artists whose focus is on cultural heritage within Africa and the diaspora. The gallery features a wide variety of multi medina exhibitions annually including collage, photography, ceramics, textiles, paintings and drawings.