Exhibition of the feminist Niki de Saint Phalle in Morocco – Art and Theater – Culture

It also intends to invite citizens to visit the museum, which opened in 2014 and now hosts exhibitions by photographers Henri Cartier-Bresson and Gérard Rancinan.

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Niki de Saint Phalle’s sculpture was conceived in 1970 and symbolizes the dreams, hopes and ambitions of women, a fundamental theme throughout her career, in which she stood out for her feminist and emancipatory vision.

With a career that began in 1950 and lasted until the beginning of this century, the artist is internationally known for her famous series of Lullabies, made in the 1960s, in which, with a style very close to pop art, captures his personal vision of the female body.

Throughout her career, the artist created monumental sculptures, such as the one shown in Rabat, fountains, playgrounds and public gardens with the aim of bringing art closer to children and those who could not access museums.

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