The urban art of Ghizlane Agzenaï and her colorful optimistic “totems”

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From street art to international galleries and luxury brands… Ghizlane Agzenaï’s style is recognizable at first glance. Her “totems”, as she calls her geometric and colorful works, took shape in the streets of Casablanca, Essaouira, Berlin and New York. The rising star of Moroccan urban art is the guest of Afrique Hebdo from Galerie 38, which has just opened its doors in Marrakech.

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